Jon Favreau Is Loving THE MANDALORIAN and Has No Plans to Kill It


Star Wars fans around the world have been absolutely delighted with the current third season of The Mandalorian, which has proven to be a real hit with viewers. With its fantastic cast of characters and thrilling plotlines, it’s no wonder that fans are hoping the show will continue for many more seasons to come.

One of the things that fans have particularly loved about The Mandalorian is the way it has brought together characters from across the Star Wars universe. From beloved characters from The Clone Wars and Rebels to new characters created specifically for the show, each episode is packed with exciting and engaging personalities that keep viewers hooked.

Recently, showrunner Jon Favreau was asked how much longer he sees the story of The Mandalorian going on for, and his answer is sure to delight fans. According to Favreau, he’s having way too much fun making the show to even consider ending it anytime soon. This is great news for fans who are eager to see where the story will go next, and who are excited to continue following the adventures of their favorite characters.

It’s clear that Favreau has a real passion for the Star Wars universe, and he’s poured that passion into The Mandalorian. With its stunning visuals, complex characters, and gripping storylines, it’s no wonder that the show has become such a massive hit with fans around the world. And with Favreau at the helm, it’s sure to continue delighting viewers for many seasons to come. So grab your helmet and blaster and get ready for more thrilling adventures in a galaxy far, far away!

“I’m having a blast, and I love working with Dave, and I love how the characters develop over time. I also love that there are other stories now being told in that same time period, like Ahsoka and Skeleton Crew.”

The Star Wars universe is growing and giving more for Favreau and Dave Filoni to play with! Characters like Ahsoka, Boba Fett, Bo-Katan, Fennec Shand, and more will allow this Mandalorian universe to keep going. Favreau said:

“Now it feels like there’s a larger context for me to understand. Because we just knew what happened after [The Mandalorian], and we knew what happened before, and there’s a lot to draw upon from additional stories that were told outside of what’s considered official canon now, but is held very dearly to the fans who’ve been at it for decades. And so we like to take all of that into consideration.”

He went on to talk about how much he’s enjoyed working on the show:

“I really have been enjoying this tremendously and I love these characters and I love seeing how they’re growing together. I’ve really enjoyed working with this group of people and I love collaborating with all these different filmmakers and different storytellers, both from the directors we work with, and other showrunners like Dave and, and others like [Skeleton Crew’s] Jon Watts and Chris Ford.”

When talking about the collaborative format of the series, he said:

“It’s a really wonderful format, and you really grow to appreciate having such a good team around you that, for each new film, you would have to assemble. But [with The Mandalorian] we get to inherit this great group of talented people that we could work with every year.”

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