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Karl Urban isn’t replacing Pedro Pascal as The Mandalorian

No, Disney isn’t firing Pedro Pascal and replacing him with Karl Urban on The Mandalorian. When the internet gets bored, sometimes it makes stuff up. For instance, apparently there’s a rumor going around that The Mandalorian has fired Pedro Pascal, who plays lead character Din Djarin, and replaced him with Karl Urban. I guess the logic in hiring Urban is that he also once played a character who spent most of his time under a helmet, in 2012’s Dredd.
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The Mandalorian: Karl Urban Reacts to News Claiming He'll Replace Pedro Pascal

I think we can all agree that The Mandalorian not only reinvigorated the Star Wars franchise but it also successfully launched Pedro Pascal's career to the stratosphere. The actor has done a tremendous job of portraying the role of Din Djarin, so much so that it's already hard to fathom the idea of him not playing the part.
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Fans are Gushing Over Pedro Pascal and Ewan McGregor's Star Wars Interaction

Star Wars fans lost it after Vanity Fair released a special cover featuring the past and present stars of the billion-dollar franchise. The said cover was unveiled just days before Star Wars Celebration and puts characters we never thought we'd see together — Din Djarin, Ahsoka Tano, Cassian Andor, and Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Pedro Pascal Perfects His Nicolas Cage Impression In Deleted Scene From The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent

"What do you say we cut the chit-chat, a-hole?" That's a line from Dr. Stanley Goodspeed, played by Nicolas Cage, in Michael Bay's 1996 blockbuster, "The Rock." Maybe you already knew that — and were even thinking it as you clicked on this article — but it might help to have a refresher on the origin of that line as you head into a new deleted scene from "The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent," which also stars Cage as a fictionalized version of himself.

Oscar Isaac and Pedro Pascal May Be Our Favorite Famous Best Friends

Pedro Pascal and Oscar Isaac's friendship goes way back: the duo met before they were famous, when they appeared in an off-Broadway play together in 2005. The pair later worked together on 2019's "Triple Frontier," and eventually Pascal joined Isaac in the Star Wars universe. (Pascal stars in "The Mandalorian," while Isaac played Poe Dameron in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.)
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The Awesome Game Of Thrones 'Reunion' Pedro Pascal Had While Filming The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent

This might be hard for all of the hardcore Game of Thrones fans to believe, but it’s been eight years since Pedro Pascal delighted viewers everywhere with his smooth, assured, and lusty portrayal of Prince Oberyn Martell on Season 4 of the HBO hit. In the years since, Pascal has certainly not seen any grass grow under his feet, as he’s now also very well known (and loved) for playing the titular lead in The Madalorian for Disney+, and is working on the highly anticipated, The Last of Us TV show. But, he recently spoke about an amazing GOT “reunion” he had as part of The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent cast, while filming the movie with Nicolas Cage.

Massive Talent: Why Pedro Pascal Was Perfect Casting

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent is now playing in theatres, and fans of Nicolas Cage are excited to see the iconic, Academy Award-winning actor play himself. The movie also stars Pedro Pascal as Javi, a billionaire Nic Cage fan who hires the actor to attend his birthday party. Recently, had the chance to chat with writer/director Tom Gormican and co-writer Kevin Etten who talked about writing the role for Cage and why Pascal was the perfect choice for Javi.

Nicolas Cage And Pedro Pascal Took A 'No Acting' Approach To The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent

"The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent" is finally in theaters, which means audiences can experience one of the weirdest, most bizarre movies of the year ... and one of the most wholesome. The film stars Nicolas Cage as Nick Cage, an incredibly neurotic fictional version of himself who is going through a bad batch of financial troubles. After losing out on the movie of his dreams, Cage (the fake one) takes a job appearing at the birthday party of an eccentric billionaire named Javi (Pedro Pascal).