Thu. Sep 28th, 2023
'Ahsoka' star Rosario Dawson shares touching moments she had with her tearful mother watching her Star Wars debut

There is no doubt that Ahsoka Tano has one of the most impressive and unique developments in the game star Wars being.

Fifteen years ago, on August 15, 2008, Anakin Skywalker’s Jedi padawan was introduced with this iconic headgear in the animated theatrical release Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Togruta’s apprentice also evolved into a rebel leader over the subsequent seven seasons of the series Clone Wars Series and four seasons Star Wars RebelsAhsoka (originally voiced by Ashley Eckstein) has become one of the popular, live-action fan heroes or Lusty.

The character made her live-action debut as a cameo in 2019 Celestial Rise Before appearing in a very scandalous appearance – now portrayed by Rosario Dawson – in the second season of The Mandalorian (2020), she makes a memorable return opposite Luke Skywalker and Grogu in Boba Fett book (2022).

And next week comes Ahsoka Tano’s vehicle: the aptly titled series Ahsokaan eight-episode Lucasfilm Disney+ series from Jon Favrerau and Dave Filoni that follows titular hero Dawson as she confronts a new threat to the galaxy after the fall of the Empire.

Dawson calls playing the role a dream come true.

“There’s just a generational effect star Wars said the actress in a new feature (above) exclusive to Yahoo Entertainment. “When I think about how much I loved it as a kid, to wear montrals, lekku, and costumes, I feel magical.”

the Sin City And clerks The actress points to a particularly meaningful moment she shared during her debut in the role with her mother.

“when I watched The Mandalorian With my mother, as I say, “May the force be with you,” she literally turned slowly toward me with tears in her eyes,” says Dawson.

“I feel so grateful to be a part of something really creative.”

Watch the trailer:

Ahsoka Premieres Wednesday, August 23 on Disney+.

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