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George Lucas' problem with Grogo

George Lucas’ problem with Grogo

Star Wars creator George Lucas has a specific issue with the character Grogu in Disney+’s The Mandalorian. spoilers.

Producer Dave Filoni revealed George Lucas’ only problem with introducing Grogu in The Mandalorian. Created by Jon Favreau, the series focused on his titular character Dean Garen – a bounty hunter whose life drastically changes after encountering a force-sensitive creature of the same type as Jedi Master Yoda.

Since the “baby” made a lot of story The Mandalorian Spinning around the arc of the pair so far. After he developed a genuine interest in Grogu, Mando gave up his life as a bounty hunter to be his guardian.

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The original goal was to reunite him with the Jedi after he realized that he was strong with the Force. This happened in the season 2 finale of The Mandalorianbut Lucasfilm came back to him in the end boba fett book After Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) allows the boy to find his father’s figure.

Now, Grogu is among the most popular Star Wars characters, but before his debut The MandalorianGeorge Lucas had a special problem with him. As revealed in the book Star Wars art: The Mandalorian (Season 2) (via The Direct) Dave Filoni spoke to the franchisor, who was particularly keen on ensuring Grogu had adequate training.

It’s unclear whether Lucas was referring or not prior to meeting Dean Garen, but he was adamant that the show needed to establish some form of training, one way or another, for the character.

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“I had a conversation with George at one point about the baby, and his main concern was that the baby needed good practice,” Filoni said.

The Mandalorian And boba fett book She revealed important information about Grogu’s past. He was part of the Padawan of Coruscant when Emperor Palpatine (Ian McDiarmid) ordered 66. Thankfully, someone managed to catch him before the Clone Troopers killed him.

This is still one of the biggest puzzles of Star Wars in Season 3 of The Mandalorian can answer. But it does effectively address Lucas’ concerns about giving Grogu some form of training before he can use the Force.

One wonders if Grogu will have additional training in the future. Although not explicitly revealed in the Boba Fett book, Luke allows her to leave the burgeoning Jedi Order to join Dean only shortly after the separation. But, it is likely that Grogu will continue to recognize the Force and become a Jedi in The Mandalorian. We can expect to see more in Season 3 of The Mandalorian.

If you are a fan of The Mandalorian but I didn’t see boba fett book (For some reason), it’s recommended that you watch at least the last three episodes of the season featuring Dean Garen and Grugo.

Source: The Direct / Credit © Disney +