Star Wars : the series ” the Mandalorian is to be paid an actor’s cult
Finally, in place of the spin-off film of the Star Wars universe, it will be necessary for the time being just Rogue One and Solo. Too bad for the film on Obi-Wan Kenobi and so much the worse for the one on Boba Fett….
In fact, what is happening at the moment in the galaxy of Star Wars is due to several factors. Already the complicated of the Last Jedi in the last year that showed the first signs of weakness of the strategy up here infallible to Disney. Then, the semi-failure of Solo, which showed the limits of the spin-offs of the franchise and , for the moment, condemned the following. Finally, there is the streaming service’s studio, Disney +, which is scheduled to launch next year and which should normally be the most dangerous competitor to Netflix.
Solo the thorn in the foot of Lucasfilm
And, of course, to launch such a project is not done to hair, it is necessary that he offers to us what in the video game we appellle the “killer app”, the program essential that will make that we will all take a subscription without questions. So for the moment, we don’t know the grid of launch of the service, this killer app might very well be the series The Mandalorian that turn Jon Favreau.
The only image of drinking from The Mandalorian available for the moment
From what we know, the series will be after the fall of the Empire, but before the emergence of the First Order, in the outer rim of the Galaxy where we follow the adventures of a lone warrior who avoids the rules of the New Republic.
This weekend we learned via the Hollywood Reporter that the great Nick Nolte had been hired by the production to play a role. If its identity and function are at the moment not disclosed, we can expect that he has still some importance in the storyline, if only to justify his unexpected presence. This is great news for all the fans of the actor, rather rare in recent times and it will allow the general public to know him for something other than the first Hulk.
Nick Nolte, a living legend