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Pedro Pascal hits out at 'creepy and inappropriate' requests from The Mandalorian fans

Pedro Pascal hits out at 'creepy and inappropriate' requests from The Mandalorian fans

A particular request from fans has left Pascal feeling a little awkward

Parents, please think twice before asking Pedro Pascal to do this certain thing if you're ever lucky enough to run into him.

The Star Wars universe actor is busy promoting the highly anticipated third season of The Mandalorian, which is set to drop next week.

In fact, The Mandalorian season three trailer has actually broken a record of its own for the highest viewed Disney+ trailer ever.

While fans await the return of the blockbuster sci-fi series, the 47-year-old Hollywood star has revealed the rather awkward request he gets from fans - especially excited parents.

Pascal is one of the guests on this Friday’s edition of The Graham Norton Show alongside Dame Helen Mirren and Ariana DeBose after that Bafta performance.

Speaking to Norton about the huge reaction to the hit Disney+ series, Pascal said: “I am enjoying it, but I am trying to figure it all out.”

Pedro Pascal stars as The Mandalorian.
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It should come as no surprise that the Star Wars fandom is very passionate however this has led to a few weird encounters with fans.

“People come up to me and ask me to do the voice for their kids, but I think it sounds inappropriate because it is a breathy, low register ‘bedroom’ voice – it is so creepy and doesn’t work in real life,” he added.

Pascal, who also stars in The Last of Us which premiered last month, said he had to keep details about the third season of The Mandalorian a secret.

But fans will be pleased to know that he is fully aware about how popular Grogu – or Baby Yoda as he’s affectionately called– has become.

“Yes, absolutely. He is remarkably lifelike and a real screen partner but does steal every scene,” he quipped.

Season three arrives next month.
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So, what’s in store for season three? In the trailer the titular hero vows to journey to Mandalore seeking forgiveness, though that could bring him into conflict with fellow Mandalorian Bo Katan (Katee Sackhoff), who fans spotted in the throne room in a previous teaser.

In the end of season two, Din Djarin - AKA the Mando - played by Pascal, and Grogu - AKA Baby Yoda - had a heart-wrenching parting of ways as Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill and Max Lloyd-Jones) took him to be trained as a Jedi.

However, Grogu decided to return to life travelling the galaxy with the Mando.

Now, our favourite duo are back together and with a brand new starship to replace the Razorcrest.

The Mandalorian season three releases on Disney+ on 1 March with new episodes released weekly.

Featured Image Credit: Sipa US / Dom Slike / Alamy

Topics: The Mandalorian, Celebrity, Star Wars, Film and TV