THE MANDALORIAN's Rosario Dawson Remains Hopeful For Return To STAR WARS Universe As Ahsoka Tano

Rosario Dawson played the live-action Ahsoka Tano in the most recent episode of The Mandalorian, and reveals in a new interview that she hopes to have the opportunity to play the beloved character again!

Rosario Dawson is being praised for her live-action take on Ahsoka Tano, and it's clear that after "The Jedi" episode of The Mandalorian that fans want to see more of the character. We're not sure exactly when that might happen (it could be in Leslye Headland's female-led show or a future season of Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni's series), but the actress remains open and excited about the idea.

In an interview with StarWars.com, Dawson expressed a desire to reprise the role down the line. 

"I mean, I would love that opportunity," she admitted. "I think it's so cool that this show exists. I think it's so cool that I got to show up and give information about this character, the Child, that everyone's loved so much. You know, that she was not so much showing up as a cameo, but really being a storytelling device for new fans that have fallen in love with yet another new character that we're getting to see grow. Little Grogu is just amazing."

Even if it wasn't already planned, it seems inevitable that Ahsoka will return to The Mandalorian at some point. Recently, Filoni indicated that this take on Ahsoka could be an earlier version of the character than the hooded warrior who summoned Sabine Wren in the final few minutes of Disney XD's Star Wars Rebels.

With that in mind, there are plenty of gaps in Tano's history to flesh out. 

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