Star Wars fans react to the alleged reveal of Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s role as Ahsoka

We’ve known that for a long time birds of prey and Scott pilgrim vs the world Star Mary Elizabeth Winstead came to Ahsoka, although Lucasfilm has remained silent about who she plays. Now we may know the answer.

The Bespin Bulletin reports that it was cast as Star Wars: Rebels Character Hera Syndulla, a Twi’lek revolutionary leader who played an important role in the early rebellion. Much of the show took place in and around her ship, the Ghost, and she became a central behind-the-scenes character during the original trilogy.

When Ahsoka will be discontinued at about the same time The Mandalorian, we should expect an older version of the character since Twi’leks have roughly the same lifespan as humans. Alternatively, we may have extensive flashback sequences to the prequel era that could show Winstead as a younger Hera.

Fans seem to be happy with the performance on the whole, with one noting that the franchise is turning into a family affair as Winstead is Ewan McGregor’s wife (and Wedge Antilles actor Denis Lawson is his uncle):

Others quickly dropped a Scottish pilgrim A notice:

We’re also excited to see a picture of Winstead in full costume:

Is this about Ahsoka’s evil ex?

Right now we’re just itching for a trailer drop and a release date for Ahsoka. There were hints that it could air in the first half of 2023, presumably sometime after that The MandalorianThe third season ends in April. It would be fitting for this fan-favorite character to make a big return on Star Wars Day – May the Fourth – so maybe that will be the day the Season 1 premiere falls?

In the meantime, let’s hope for an official trailer soon, as once again Disney Plus will be the place to be war of stars next year. Star Wars fans react to the alleged reveal of Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s role as Ahsoka

Lindsay Lowe

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