The Mandalorian Director Bryce Dallas Howard responded to season two’s biggest criticism. The Disney + series has just completed its second season war of stars Fans with an abundance of franchise cameos, Easter eggs, and obscure references. However, with the return of many well-known characters, there are quite a few critics criticizing Season 2 for having too much war of stars Nostalgia associated with it.
The Mandalorian Season 1 could tell a brand new one war of stars Story in an innovative way. Fans were skeptical when it became known that the show would be about a new set of characters that had never been introduced before. When the show debuted, fans were excited and wanted more. Season two has now ended and some believe that Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau went against the grain of the first season, particularly because they relied too much on the past. Bryce Dallas Howard had this to say when asked if there was too much nostalgia in Season 2.
“I think it’s a really good balance, of course. As an actor, I’m familiar with issues like this, for example working in the law Franchise, it’s like, ‘OK, we can have some fun with some deep cuts for the fans, but at the end of the day it’s about a good story, well told. I would also compare that The Mandalorian that there are these stories of characters that exist, but although they may not be central … There are always new characters in stories. But in this case, it’s cool (if you’re a superfan) that you actually get caught up and have an understanding of the different levels of the scene. “
Dave Filoni has worked extensively with George Lucas over the years and can understand what that is war of stars The Creator is searching when setting up stories. His involvement in The Mandalorian shaped the show and, together with Jon Favreau, gave it an authentic feeling that feels like Lucas created it. To the Bryce Dallas HowardWorking with Filoni also offers new opportunities. She explains.
“I guess not to connect The Mandalorian In any form, especially working with Dave Filoni, it would personally feel like a missed opportunity. As a fan, when I see Dave’s name on something, I want the storytelling to be that much richer. I want the specificity of the war of stars Universe come to life, especially when it’s live action. It’s definitely a fine line. But that’s part of the joy. “
Mainly, war of stars Fans are more than happy with The Mandalorian Season 2 and all of its surprises. Even Jon Favreau is amazed that they wrapped up a second season with almost all of the major revelations. The element of surprise is something that Favreau and Dave Filoni were able to perfect, and that’s what fans expected.
Thanks to the success of The Mandalorian, Disney + is about to get a wealth of new ones war of stars Content that breaks new ground and some that goes beyond familiar territory. Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni have them alone Ahsoka Series on the way, Rangers of the New Republic, and The book by Boba Fettwhich arrives on the streaming service next December. Filoni is working on it Ahsoka right now and The book by Boba Fett is filming. The interview with Bryce Dallas Howard was originally conducted by Digital spy.
Topics: The Mandalorian, Star Wars, Disney Plus, Streaming