The Mandalorian Season 3’s Finale Will ‘Hurt’ Says Star


The Mandalorian actor Brendan Wayne says season 3’s final episode ‘might hurt’ fans of the Star Wars series. It goes without saying that Chapter 23: The Spies was one of the best episodes in the entire run of season 3. The Mandalorians now have a focus on retaking Mandalore. But it ends at an intense cliffhanger. With one remaining episode to go, we can’t wait to see how it all ends.

Three people are responsible for bringing the character of Din Djarin to life on The Mandalorian. Pedro Pascal provides the face and the voice. The physical performance is shared between Lafeef Crowder, a stunt coordinator and performer, and Brendan Wayne, an actor and skilled gunslinger.

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In an Instagram story posted by Brendan Wayne, he posted:

This next episode is gonna make you wish you hadn’t asked for [another episode]. It might just hurt too much.

Since we don’t really know what to expect from the next episode at this point, we presume that it might be an emotional episode. To what extent, we don’t know. Will someone else die? Someone already did in the previous one. Is it going to be another cliffhanger? Are we going to see Thrawn? Or are the Rebels or Luke going to show up? Is something going to happen to Din Djarin, to Grogu or Bo-Katan?

Let’s hope that this doesn’t turn up like Game of Thrones, where the main leads die. Then again, we have seen Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan, and Padme die onscreen. Even in the animated shows, we’ve seen major characters die. So, it can happen.

At the moment, Brendan Wayne gave us more questions than answers. It’s a good way to hype up the episode, though.

Nevertheless, it does seem that Dave Filoni, executive producer and writer of The Mandalorian has prepared something big for the fans. He said in an interview with Collider:

They’ll [fans] have a lot to take in, and I think with any good ending there’s the moment you’re in it when you’re cheering and you feel satisfied, but then there’s a little bit after that where you think back at all the things that happened. Maybe you start to put them together in a different way and you realize it’s an ending, but there are other things happening out there in the galaxy that now you know more about.

Mandalorian Actor Says That The Finale Will Hurt

The Mandalorian Season 3's Finale Will 'Hurt' Says Star

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It does seem that the slow start of the series will be coming to a mighty end. We did say before that Season 3 felt like it was struggling to get its footing. The last episode was an amazing comeback for the season.

It appears that all the pieces of the puzzle we’ve seen in this season of The Mandalorian might finally come together in the finale. If that’s the case, then the show’s third season could be worth rewatching to appreciate the connections and how everything fits together fully.

Brendan Wayne, an actor with a career spanning back to 2001, is the son of the legendary actor John Wayne. Although he’s primarily had smaller roles, he’s worked on some intriguing projects such as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., The Mentalist, Sons of Anarchy, Cowboys & Aliens, and Fast & Furious, among others.

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