Those who've seen advance footage of the new Star Wars series The Mandalorian hailed it as "classic Star Wars" blended with a "samurai-infused space Western."So it's fitting that Pedro Pascal recently spoke about how the show leans into those Western elements by not easily defining or labeling the good guys and bad guys.
Talking to AP Entertainment, the hunter under the new Mandalorian helmet mentioned how the series is meant to be ambiguous about morality. "They separate good and evil so perfectly in the world of Star Wars," Pascal said, "and in this one it’s like we’re way more at the center."“We’re past those borders," Pascal continued, "and past those very, very linear, very specific lines of definition.”
Pascal's co-star Gina Carano, who plays ex-rebel shock trooper Cara Dune, agreed with this, stating "Even when you begin the journey with the Mandalorian, you aren’t sure what side you’re on.”
The Mandalorian is set five years after the fall of the Empire and follows an independent Mandalorian bounty hunter in the outer reaches of the galaxy, far from the authority of the New Republic. The first episode will be available on November 12 with the launch of Disney+. Here's a look at every show and movie announced for to Disney+.For more on The Mandalorian, check out 37 images from the brand new trailer, see every other character that will be joining Burr in this new Star Wars show, and read some of the first reactions to The Mandalorian, which are overwhelmingly positive.
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