Pedro Pascal"s Din Djarin Is Following A 46-Year-Old Star Wars Trend - So What"s The Big Deal?

  • Pedro Pascal's shift to a mostly voiceover role in The Mandalorian is receiving criticism, despite it following a long-standing Star Wars tradition.
  • Pascal's role as Din Djarin is supported by actor Brendan Wayne and stunt double Lateef Crowder, who assist with the physical demands of the character.
  • The criticism towards Pascal is unwarranted, as James Earl Jones also had a voiceover role for Darth Vader, and Pascal's physical presence in the role is still significant.
Pedro Pascal's shift in his role as Din Djarin in The Mandalorian has been falling under criticism, despite the fact it's continuing a 46-year-old Star Wars trend. Pascal has been a part of the first live-action Star Wars TV show ever since its earliest stages, when Din and his adopted son Grogu were simply pieces of concept art taped on walls. Din's infamous helmet rule has kept Pascal's face from being seen, aside from three impactful occasions in The Mandalorian seasons 1 and 2, which has both helped Mando to become a unique Mandalorian in his own right and offered Pascal flexibility as to how often he needs to be present on set.
Ever since his debut in The Mandalorian, Pascal has only risen more in fame, with his performance as Din often credited for the way he's catapulted into stardom. Still, even before he was cast as every reluctant single father in Hollywood, Din's role in The Mandalorian was a three-person team. The actor Brendan Wayne and stunt double Lateef Crowder have stepped in often to assist with the physicality Mando's character demands, and in The Mandalorian season 3, their names were even added to the main part of every episode's ending credits. This has allowed Pascal's own role to shift in a way that's falling under criticism, even though it's nothing new to Star Wars.


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