According to stars Pedro Pascal and Gina Carano, the idea of a clearly-defined line between good and evil will not be so apparent in the events that play out in the new Disney+ live-action TV series The Mandalorian. Viewers will not be able to easily tell which way certain characters fall when it comes to this line, a departure from the characters/stories we’ve seen in previous Star Wars films.
Here’s what Carano said briefly on the subject (via AP News):
“We can be pulled to any side, any one of us,” said Carano. “Even when you begin the journey with the Mandalorian, you aren’t sure what side you’re on.”
And Pascal’s comments:
“They separate good and evil so perfectly in the world of Star Wars. And in this one it’s like we’re way more at the center,” Pascal said. “We’re past those borders, and past those very, very linear, very specific lines of definition.”
The series is set to premiere on November 12 when the Disney+ streaming service launches here in the United States (US residents can sign up now). The available streaming dates for all eight episodes of The Mandalorian Season 1 can be found here.