Rosario Dawson is already thinking about Ahsoka season 2

The new Star Wars series Ahsoka hasn't even arrived yet, but the star is already planning to return should there be a season two of the Disney Plus show.

Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka in Ahsoka

Although the new Star Wars show, Ahsoka, has yet to hit our screens, its star is already thinking ahead to the future. The fantasy series is expected to hit Disney Plus sometime in August this year, and Star Wars fans can’t wait.

The latest in a long line of Star Wars series, Ahsoka will focus on the titular Star Wars character and act as a continuation of the animated series, Rebels.

Even though we still have a while to wait until we can finally meet the Jedi, Rosario Dawson already has plans to step into the role of Ahsoka yet again in a currently unconfirmed season 2.

“I’m absolutely putting it out into the universe,” Dawson said [via Empire]. “We’re joking about it, but I’m manifesting it because I feel like I helped Dave [Filoni, Ahsoka co-creator] manifest this role. So I’m ready.”

With the likes of Hayden Christensen returning as Anakin Skywalker, and Mary Elizabeth Winstead and David Tennant on board as Hera Syndulla and Huyang respectively, we reckon Ahsoka has potential to be one of the best TV series to come out of the galaxy.

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“I’m excited,” Dawson added. “I’m willing. I got my ice-packs ready to go for Season 2 and beyond! I would not be mad at that.”

Ahsoka appeared in live-action form in season two of The Mandalorian, and quickly gained plenty of positive reactions from fans. Now that the character has a solo series, it’s not hard to imagine the enthusiastic fan following will result in multiple adventures.

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