We Want to See Sebastian Stan’s Luke Skywalker in Mandalorian Season 3

Mandalorian already surprised its fans by bringing back Luke Skywalker already. The Mandalorian tv series, an American sci-fi backed Genre, has been a massive success. The action-packed epic, ‘Star Wars’ franchise that begins with the ‘Return of Jedi’ has hit levels. After Lucasfilm was sold to Disney, Star Wars began a series for Disney.

Back Story

Luke Skywalker, the young Jedi showed up in the second season of the Mandalorian. The Jedi was portrayed at the situation which was both exciting and heart-breaking.

We Want to See Sebastian Stan's Luke Skywalker in Mandalorian Season 3

He appeared and saved Mando and Grogu from Gideon. Although he took Grogu from his space dad. Now it is not sure if Grogu gets a getaway in the third season. The fans have been crazy at the sight of Walker itself that numerous demand has been made from the fans to see him once again.

Sebastian Stan as young Luke Skywalker

The season has seen the young Luke to make an impact. While Mark Hamill can no more play young Walker, there has been a search out. On the basis of the fans demand, Sebastian Stan has been called up to play the role of Luke Walker. Elijah Zungia also made it to tweeter where he tweeted a major spoiler that Sebastian would play the role and Hamill would be okay with it.

Although the resemblance of Stan to young Hamill is pretty uncanny, but the numerous other reason to sign him as well. Sebastian has been an actor working under the Disney umbrella. According to the intel, the Mando would need a Jedi to help him harness Baby Yoda’s nascent force powers.

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We Want to See Sebastian Stan's Luke Skywalker in Mandalorian Season 3

As a result, Mandalorian has may have made an approach for Luke walkers action in the 3rd season. Rumours haven’t been verified but news may have been confirmed calling Sebastian to make entry as the young Walker.


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