Breaking new ground as the first-ever Star Wars live-action series on Disney+, The Mandalorian soared to tremendous heights, with much of its success attributed to the endearing baby Yoda, known as Grogu. Now, there are plans for both The Mandalorian and Grogu to transition from the streaming platform to the silver screen in an upcoming Star Wars film titled "The Mandalorian & Grogu."

Under the direction of Jon Favreau and produced by a team comprising Favreau, Kathleen Kennedy, and Dave Filoni, the upcoming Mandalorian film contributes to the heightened anticipation within the Star Wars universe. This project complements another movie announced at last year's Star Wars Celebration, promising a convergence of characters from the Mando-verse under the direction of Filoni. The film is scheduled to commence production this year, with Jon Favreau expressing his enthusiasm for bringing these beloved characters to the cinematic experience.

In addition to his role in the upcoming film, Dave Filoni is currently developing Ahsoka Season 2. Filoni, known for his contributions to the Star Wars universe, continues to expand the storytelling landscape. The mention of Ahsoka Season 2 suggests a continuation of the popular character's journey, addressing lingering questions from the first season.

Rosario Dawson, who portrays Ahsoka, shared insights on the possibility of Season 2 in a conversation with EW's Dagobah Dispatch podcast. She mentioned a collective decision to revisit the idea towards the end of the year, allowing time to absorb audience reactions before diving back into the series. Dawson's sentiments reflect the careful consideration given to the continuation of Ahsoka's story.