Sasha Banks, A Famous Name in the world of Professional Wrestling has joined the Disney Plus show.
The Disney Plus series is set to be released in October 2020 and the second season is currently under filming. Upon Premiering Last Fall, The Mandalorian Season 1 became a sensational hit upon its release, thanks to the contribution made by “The Child”- an adorable character better known all over the world as Baby Yoda- who stole the show the week after.
The Mandalorian had a captivating lead, glittering cast, intriguing storyline and stunning effects- making the show a visual treat. The groundbreaking use of Stagecraft Technology made the show an even bigger hit among the fans and the success garnered by the show encouraged the producers to start filming the second season. And if this latest casting rumor is true, fasten your seat belts for a hell of a ride.
Sasha Banks’s role in Mandalorian Season 2 seems to be exciting.
Originally reported by Mat Pen Pro Wrestling, Sasha Banks is set to play in a role in Mandalorian Season 2. No further details has been disclosed nor published regarding the nature of her role, whether it is a minor one or a substantial one. But Banks has reportedly finished filming her scenes for the series. Banks last wrestled on the 3rd of January in an episode of SmackDown Live, and has been absent since then with a reported ankle injury. But that hasn’t been enough to keep her off the sets of Mandalorian Season 2.
The Mandalorian has in the past looked beyond the normal pool of actors while engaging in the activity of casting as was evident when they casted MMA fighter Gina Carano as Gina Dune, Director Werner Herzog as Mysterious Client and comedian Bill Burr as the Mercenary in Season 1.Obviously while each one of them have been previously involved in acting gigs and have rose to fame in their respective fields, this is the first venture of Sasha into the world of acting. Chances are that it would be a single episode role for her, which would give her the exposure to the world of Star Wars but the role isn’t that major that the success of an entire season hinges on it.
Only time will tell if Sasha Banks truly has a role in the series and if so, then in what capacity, whether as an alien behind the mask or as a visible face. As a wrestler, choosing her for this action heavy show would be a sensible decision. Whatever may be the significance of the role, “The Boss” is sure to give her all.