“The Mandalorian”: Ahsoka Tano displays her lightsabers in an unpublished poster; Check out!

After the introduction of the live-action version of Ahsoka Tano (Rosario Dawson) in “The Mandalorian,” Disney + released a nice official poster of the character.

With that in mind, a Twitter fan page shared a new individual poster, in which the renegade Jedi displays his lightsabers in a very focused pose.

Check it out, with the official poster:

A new #TheMandalorian Ahsoka Tano poster gives us a great look at her lightsabers! pic.twitter.com/Wm2J9GDAlB

– Star Wars Stuff (@starwarstuff) November 30, 2020

Enjoy watching:

Some more critical viewers have complained that the character’s lekkus (tentacles in the head) were shorter than the last time she was seen in the ‘Star Wars Rebels’ series.

After that, congregations began to circulate comparing the size of their tentacles.

When a fan asked designer Brian Matyas about the change, the artist explained that the smaller lekkus were designed to give Dawson greater mobility during action scenes.


“Brian, can you share the plans that [a Lucasfilm e a Disney+] was about the size of the lekkus [da Ahsoka]? It seems fans are confused as the tentacles were much bigger in ‘Rebels’ around this same time. I realized this was inconvenient for the actors, but I wonder if there is anything else. The fan asked.

To which Matyas replied:

“Yes, that was the main concern. From animation to live action, I did a ton of experiences for her and the appropriate lekkus for the actress, including acrobatics and movement. I’m sure I will discuss this in more detail in the near future! “

Can you share any conversations you have had regarding his montrals / lekku size?

There is some confusion among the fans as they were much bigger in Rebels around the same time.

I thought it was just impossible for the actors, but I wondered if there was something else

– Jack Kennedy (@jrkisbad) November 27, 2020

Remember the episode:

After Tano’s appearance, some fans wondered what the character’s real mission was, as the plot suggested that she wasn’t the Jedi who would train little Baby Yoda, or Grogu, as her name was revealed. .

At the start of the episode, she delivers one of the best fight scenes in the series and questions an opponent about Admiral Thrawn’s fate.

For those who don’t know him, Thrawn was one of the makers of the Empire that nearly destroyed Aliana Rebelde during the events of the “Star Wars: Rebels” animation.

But what is your connection with Tano?

Acting as an informant in disguise and given the name Fulcrum, Tano was the spy who helped the crew of the ghost ship lead rebel troops against Thrawn’s forces.

During his mission, Tano created a connection with Ezra Bridger (Kanan Jarrus’ padawan apprentice), who goes missing after investing against Thrawn’s troops and helping save the galaxy.

Tano and Bridger discuss conceptions of the Force

In the final episode of Rebels, the renegade Jedi promises Bridger’s friends that she will devote herself to trying to find him and bring him back to the group.

So, everything indicates that she is still on the hunt for the missing young man, which opens up the possibility of seeing a future live action version of padawan … But that remains speculation.

Until then, check out some images of Rosario Dawson referred to as a heroine:

“This is the quality we deserve.”

This is… this is the quality we deserved # AhsokaTano #TheMandalorian pic.twitter.com/WyCLOeWHQ6

– Annie ღ // a rebellious girl (@Truhxnxd) November 27, 2020

Recalling that the second season of the series is already on display at Disney +.

Watch the trailer:

Created by Jon Favreau (from the live-action ‘The Lion King’), the series is set in the same universe as the ‘Star Wars’ franchise.

The plot takes place after the fall of the Empire and before the insurrection of the First Order. The story follows the journey of a lone gunner to the far reaches of the galaxy, far from the authority of the New Republic.

The cast includes Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Giancarlo Esposito, Emily Swallow, Carl Weathers, Omid Abtahi, Nick Nolte and Werner Herzog.

Make sure to watch:


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