Pedro Pascal Would’ve Never Starred in The Mandalorian Until 1 Disney Condition Was Met

Pedro Pascal Would've Never Starred in The Mandalorian Until 1 Disney Condition Was Met
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The Mandalorian has been one of the most fascinating shows that Disney has produced in the recent past. It had a stellar star cast, including Pedro Pascal, who did a phenomenal job in the project. The lucrative live-action Disney+ Star Wars series was greatly loved by fans, and it took the Star Wars story to new heights. 

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However, there are a lot of intriguing stories and fascinating facts behind the production of the Disney+ show. One of the most amusing bits of trivia behind this production was this one condition put forth by many celebrities before starting this landmark show. According to reports, stars, including Pascal, refused to feature in this show unless Disney launched its streaming platform, Disney+.

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Pedro Pascal Wanted Disney to Do This in Exchange for Starring in The Mandalorian

Pedro Pascal
Pedro Pascal

Pedro Pascal is one of the most prominent figures in America. Throughout his career in Hollywood, the actor has worked with some of the finest top-level directors and actors, earned several accolades, and charmed fans with his appealing on-screen persona. Since stepping into showbiz to become a successful artist, Pascal has proved his versatility and talent by starring in multi-genre projects that have helped him solidify his top-shelf spot in the industry. 

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Pedro Pascal in The Mandalorian
Pedro Pascal in The Mandalorian

The Santiago native star has played challenging, intriguing, and powerful characters in movies and television shows. He shot to global stardom for effectively portraying Oberyn Martell in Game of Thrones. Since then, he has worked on many monumental projects featuring a star-studded ensemble cast. In 2019, the 48-year-old star made his character debut as Din Djarin in the Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian. 

Pascal did an incredible job and delivered an engaging performance in the Star Wars highly-rated show. But the actor would have never played the part if Disney hadn’t launched its streaming platform Disney+. The lucrative show gained a massive fanbase and became an instant success, with the audience binging and watching, making it one of the most live-streamed Disney+ series.

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Pedro Pascal Talks About His Show The Mandalorian

Pedro Pascal
Pedro Pascal

In a candid interview, The Mandalorian star Pedro Pascal opened up about his experience working in this mega Star Wars show. The actor revealed that he was not expecting the show to become this huge and popular, saying,

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“I think it was so easy to trust how much Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni love Star Wars and [how they’re] taking that love and developing new ways of telling Star Wars stories. That’s a big safety net. But there were things like, will this character be compelling? Will people want to follow him through these adventures? Will the richness of this parent-child relationship really reach everyone? So to see all of that surpass expectation is really exciting.”

Jon Favreau-created Disney+ show The Mandalorian featuring Pedro Pascal in the titular role earned critical acclaim for its fascinating plot and intriguing characters. The show has continued to receive immense praise and love from fans, and as per reports, the fourth season is currently in its early stages of development.

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