Ahsoka star Rosario Dawson opens about possibly shaving her head for her now iconic repeating function in the ever-expanding Star Wars franchise.
Ahsoka star Rosario Dawson thinks about shaving all of it off for her function in the Star Wars Universe.
Talking To Vanity Fair, Dawson went over formerly thinking about shaving her head to play the iconic Jedi. Dawson stated, “I always wanted to. My mom shaved her head for her 40th. I’m going to be 43 this year.” She continued, “I was thinking about doing it whenever we get around to actually filming…. That’ll be a really great time to shave my head, because if it sucks I’ll just have montrals on the whole time while I grow it out.”
Very first appearing in 2008’s animated Star Wars: The Clone Wars movie, along with the subsequent, long-running series of the exact same name, Ahsoka Tano was presented as the Jedi Padawan of Anakin Skywalker himself. Initially voiced by Ashley Eckstein, Ahsoka rapidly ended up being a preferred amongst Star Wars fans. The character has actually been represented by Rosario Dawson since her live-action launching on 2020’s The Mandalorian.
The montrals Dawson referenced are the character’s white and blue horns which result in her cascading lekku, or head tails. Dawson talked about the procedure of using her character’s alien functions in the hair and makeup department, stating, “We might try to put it into my montrals this time, which I heard they did with Angelina [Jolie] when she played Maleficent. They put her hair into braids and [stuffed] them in. I think that’s what we’re trying to figure out.”
Dawson likewise mentioned on the tradition of the character with, “I’m building on top of years of work from so many other people. What Ashley did growing this character from a teenager on has given me a breadth of work to look at and build off of, which is so unusual.”
Though there are couple of information surrounding the upcoming series at the minute, advancements concerning it continue to be exposed. Fans have actually currently been offered peeks of the series’ production thanks to behind-the-scenes pictures from the set. Most just recently, Birds of Victim star Mary Elizabeth Winstead was exposed as having actually signed onto Ahsoka in a yet to be verified function. Winstead’s partner and Obi-Wan Kenobi star Ewan McGregor verified the casting when he stated, “My partner, Mary, is doing that Star Wars series with Rosario and she’s about to start.”
Ahsoka is presently slated to premiere on Disney+ at some point in 2023.
Source: Vanity Fair