Hot off of their scoop about Star Wars: The Acolyte release date, Collider brings news of the official production start for Star Wars: The Mandalorian and Grogu. It appears that Lucasfilm is keen on getting this one into theaters as soon as humanly possible.

Rather than rolling on Season 4 of the series, a source close to production confirmed to Collider that the film is eyeing a June start date. Reportedly, pre-production has been gearing up over the past few months in anticipation of the summer kick-off, though as with any production, this is subject to change. The upcoming movie — which will be written and directed by Jon Favreau, the original series’ co-creator — will feature Pedro Pascal returning as the voice of Din Djarin, the main character of The Mandalorian, along with Grogu, his adopted “foundling” whom he encountered in the show’s first episode.

So what does this mean for a season four of the popular Disney+ series Star Wars: The Mandalorian? According to the article, Disney still has plans for a season 4 of the series, but there is currently no timetable set for a start date on that season. With no Star Wars Celebration this year, it looks as if 2025 is setting up to be huge for Lucasfilm as far as announcements and teases go.

What do we know about Star Wars: The Mandalorian and Grogu film?

The Mandalorian & Grogu is confirmed to spin out of The Mandalorian season 3, meaning it will begin with a new status quo for its heroes. Mandalore has been reclaimed, but Din Djarin has chosen to settle on the planet Nevarro, while pursuing a new career working exclusively for the New Republic. This means he’ll be on the front lines of the Imperial resurgence under Grand Admiral Thrawn and the Imperial Shadow Council.

The film will be directed by Jon Favreau, and produced by Favreau, Kathleen Kennedy, and Dave Filoni.


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