Bo-Katan could be making their way into future Star Wars films

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According to information obtained by WeGotThisCovered, Lucasfilm is interested in bringing The Manadalorian’s Bo-Katan to movie screens. 

Originally introduced in Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Bo-Katan had her first live-action appearance in The Mandalorians second season. 

According to WeGotThisCovered’s source, Bo-Katan who is played by Katee Sackhoff will make her way to movie screens. It’s unknown how and when this will happen.

The Mandalorian features its own big-screen cameo in the form of Luke Skywalker, when he featured during season two. 

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Projects in development 

Disney has several cinematic projects in development, so Bo-Katan could appear in a number of different ways.

There’s a four-year time difference between The Mandalorian and the upcoming Andor film. Meaning Bo-Katan could appear in the next major Star Wars film when Andor releases next year. 

It’s also possible that Bo-Katan could appear in the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi TV series. Although she has no affiliation with the Sith or Jedi, she works with Obi-Wan Kenobi in The Clone Wars. It’s possible the Obi-Wan series could revisit their relationship, if only in flashbacks.

The announced Lando series could also be a great opportunity for Bo-Katan to appear. The movie will reportedly switch between different timelines, so it wouldn’t be impossible for her to appear in the later timeline.

A fan favourite

Bo-Katan first appeared in the fourth season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Voiced by Katee Sackhoof, she would go on to voice the role again in Star Wars Rebels. 

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In 2019, Sackhoof announced she was going to portray the character in the upcoming The Mandalorian series. 

Speaking about the role with Michael Rosenbaum, Sackhood said she “ had hoped to play the character in live action, but expected that the role would go to someone more famous like Scarlett Johansson.

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