Although a possible return of their characters has not been confirmed, these stars declared themselves available and eager to return to Star Wars.
Star Wars It seems to be a welcoming and unbeatable universe, but not only for its fans but also for those who are part of it. Actors, directors and executives who have been in the saga at least once always express their desire to return at some point.
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recently the manager Peyton Reed, who was in charge of the Ant-Man trilogy, referred to his experience in The Mandalorian. “I love Star Wars and I love Favreau, so when Season 2 came around, Jon called and said, ‘Would you like to come and do an episode?’ I was like, “Yeah, absolutely.” I originally signed on for the second episode of season 2, and Jon had written a rough script, then developed it and we worked together. I couldn’t pass up that opportunity,” said the filmmaker.
Something very similar happened with two stars. They are O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Alden Ehenreich. The first gave life to Roken, a rebel leader in the series of Obi-Wan Kenobi. On the other hand, the other was in charge of impersonating a younger version of Han Solo in the spin-off Solo: A Star Wars Adventure.
Both actors spoke exclusively with ScreenRant about his appearance in Cocaine Bear. As part of the conversation, the stars revealed a desire to return to the galactic franchise.
He’s Shea Jackson Jr.: Hell yes! You know, I’ve been waiting by my phone ever since Obi-Wan Kenobi ended. I’m waiting for that email to show up, baby. I’ve been trying to figure out the timelines, like everyone can (have) Han with Kawlan Roken.
Alden marriage: That was my question.
He’s Shea Jackson Jr.: Roken, with the power of prosthetics…
Alden Ehrenreich: Do you have to have gray hair or something?
He’s Shea Jackson Jr.: Alright. I don’t mind. Whatever we have to do, both of us with blasters, let’s do it. Let’s keep this party going, man. Stop playing. Don’t fool us, treat us.
Their returns have not been budgeted for yet. However, neither of them is ruled out at all. While Jackson could easily appear in a second season of Obi-Wan or another production from that part of the timeline, Ehrenreich could return in some other title that happens before the season. prequel trilogy.
It should be noted that the restructuring of Star Wars is on behalf of Jon Favreau y Dave Filoni, who have prioritized in the series so far. The developers have little or no interest in using elements of projects like Solo, but anything could happen.
For now it is known that on March 1 the third season of The Mandalorianwhich is the next installment scheduled for the franchise.
On the other hand, the stars who talked before will come to the big screen with Cocaine Bear. The feature film directed by Elizabeth Banks will be released on February 24, 2023 in the cinemas of the world as a different proposal.
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