The third season of "The Mandalorian" officially arrives on Disney+ this Wednesday, March 1. The third season will take place following the events of “The Book of Boba Fett,” in which “Mandalorian” lead Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) was last seen reuniting with Grogu in the miniseries. The two then left Tatooine, with Mando heading to the planet Mandalore to restore his honor and become a Mandalorian again. In a trailer released in January, Pascal's Din Djarin and budding Jedi warrior Grogu...
Four of the five “Star Wars” films under the aegis of Disney-era Lucasfilm chief Kennedy have been billion-dollar-plus hits, but that hasn’t stopped the incessant nitpicking and
second-guessing by fans and even George Lucas himself. So it’s understandable to see Kennedy refocusing the franchise for TV via Disney+, including the multiple-Emmy-winning “The Mandalorian” and more recent arrivals “The Book of Boba Fett,” “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” “Andor” and “Ahsoka,” set to premiere in 2023. She’s also mined the Lucasfilm IP vault for a series sequel to the 1988 fantasy film “Willow,” with star Warwick Davis returning, and a fifth installment of “Indiana Jones” to star Harrison Ford that she is producing with husband Frank Marshall for a June 2023 release. In March, she received the Producers Guild’s Milestone Award.