The Mandalorian is an immensely popular series due to its engaging storyline, exciting action scenes, and sharp dialogues. But most of the success of the Star Wars spin-off series came from the phenomenal acting of Pedro Pascal. The actor played the reserved character with ease while showcasing a complex personality with a strong sense of honor. And his chemistry with Grogu or Baby Yoda brought more watch time to the show.
Pedro Pascal enjoys getting recognition from fans on the streets, but it turns out that he hates one thing when the fans ask him to do one thing from The Mandalorian. The Last of Us actor does not like it when fans ask him to record The Mandalorian’s voice for their kids because of how it sounds.
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Pedro Pascal Finds The Mandalorian Voice ‘Creepy’
In a recent episode of The Graham Norton Show, Pedro Pascal said that he finds the fame very pleasing but he finds it very “inappropriate” when fans ask him to speak in The Mandalorian’s voice. The Game of Thrones actor explained that it is creepy because it is a bedroom voice and it does not work because his character wears a silver helmet in the show.
“People come up to me and ask me to do the voice [from The Mandalorian] for their kids. But I think it sounds inappropriate because it is a breathy, low register ‘bedroom’ voice. It is so creepy and doesn’t work in real life.”
To be fair, the voice would sound creepy on the streets but it is loved in the show, and fans can enjoy more of the ‘bedroom’ voice of Din Djarin in the third season of the show.
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Why Fans Should Watch the Third Season of The Mandalorian?
The Mandalorian is back with its third season and just like the previous two seasons, this season is absolutely amazing. And fans are enjoying watching Din Djarin and Grogu together on the small screen. Needless to say, Grogu is the most interesting and adorable reason for the third season of the show. And unlike, the previous two seasons, where the character did not do much, in this season Baby Yoda has shown a lot of development. While the character is shy to showcase his powers but it looks like in the future, we would see more of his powers.
In the third season, the show dives deeper into the Star Wars universe because the show has slowed down a little which allows the creators for an expansion of the world while showcasing more stories to keep the viewers on the edge of their seats. And fans who have watched the episodes of the third season know that they do not get to see different stories in the same series or movies. While the pace has slowed down a little, the plot has weakened.
Spoiler alert for viewers who haven’t watched the season.
Lastly, every great show needs a wicked antagonist and in the third season it was great to see that Moff Gideon was another victim of plot armor but as the season progressed, viewers learned that he is not only alive after the encounter at the finale of season 2 but also making moves. Even though it is unlikely the diabolical mastermind would make an appearance in this season but you never know, how the creators would surprise the viewers.
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The Mandalorian season 3 can be streamed on Disney+.
Source: The Graham Norton Show