Favreau told Variety there’s been a blurring of the lines between products people see on television and what they see in the movies. For example, Marvel will have its television shows — like “WandaVision” — intertwine with other Marvel movies.
- “The Mandalorian” could see something similar, he told Variety.
- “The line is blurring now,” said Favreau. “Things that you would have only seen in the movie theater, you’re seeing on streaming, and I think it could go the other way as well.”
Favreau told Variety he’s in “no rush” for “The Mandalorian” to be made into a movie.
- “But we’re definitely open to it,” he added, “and excited to see where the story leads us and have that flexibility — because there’s no rulebook now.”
Pascal said he would “love” to make a movie based on “The Mandalorian.”
“The Mandalorian” is one of several “Star Wars” projects in the works right now. It will debut its second season on Oct. 30, streaming exclusively on Disney Plus.