Now that Pedro Pascal confirmed he’s hardly on set anymore and its mainly just voice work, it makes total sense how easy it was to sideline his character in season 3 when the actor doesn’t have to be there/doesn’t care anymore and can’t approve or disapprove of his character’s arc in person.
It’s just a very easy paid gig for him right now and I applaude it. May the mandalorian season 4 never happen and Disney fail spectacularly.
Indiana Jones might be the nail in the coffin/beginning of the end for these hacks at this point.
Everyone but a rare few are totally against them at this point, and all the legacies are exploited and ruined.
And this is what I meant when I said that you were too negative. It’s fine to constructively criticize Disney’s stuff in hopes that they’ll do better, but this just reads like you think everyone at Disney is an evil hack fraud who hates your childhood and deserves to be unemployed. They grew up with this stuff, just like you did. It’s just that some of them are making crappy choices, and that’s certainly no reason to want Kathleen Kennedy burned at the stake.
And as for you continuing to claim that Pedro was “sidelined” in Mando season 3, I fail to see how. Sure, Bo Katan was the one who actually took back Mandalore, but was there any indication that Din would be the one to do that? Bo Katan actually had a personal connection to Mandalore and its government, and a character arc that revolved around making amends for her allowing the planet to fall. There is no reason why Din should have taken her place, other than him being the main character (and a man, but let’s not talk about that). Other than that one thing, Din was still very active in the season, and it was definitely still “his show”.
I also hope they never make a season 4, though: not because I hate Kathleen Kennedy and want her to fail, but because I feel like Mando has exhausted pretty much all its storytelling capabilities by this point. Both Book of Boba and season 3 felt like they were stalling for time, in order to stretch a story that could have ended in one season into two. I sincerely hope they don’t stretch it out even further.