The Mandalorian Star Paul Sun-Hyung Lee is Unsure About Involvement in Upcoming Movie

The Mandalorian
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The Mandalorian
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Carson Teva actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee is unsure about his potential involvement in the upcoming Star Wars movie The Mandalorian and Grogu.

The Korean-Canadian actor played the New Republic X-Wing pilot in two seasons of The Mandalorian as well as in the other live-action shows The Book of Boba Fett and Ahsoka.

Now that we have official word that The Mandalorian will be jumping to the big screen, fans are hoping that the beloved character is going to be included in the movie.

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Paul Sun-Hyung Lee is Unsure Whether He Will Return in The Mandalorian Movie

Paul Sun-Hyung Lee as Carson Teva
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Speaking with Screen Rant during the red carpet premiere of Netflix's Avatar: The Last Airbender, Lee addressed his potential return as Carson Teva in The Mandalorian and Grogu movie.

He admitted that he is unsure yet whether he will be involved in the big-screen project but he is open to joining the movie.

"Fingers crossed. I didn't even know they were doing a movie until just recently, but I would be insane to say no to that. Of course, I would love to be there," Lee said.

"But you never know, so I've learned never to expect anything and to be grateful for what you have. At the end of the day, if I'm not in that? I still have a body of work and a universe that I love and no one can take away from me."

In recent years, Carson Teva has become a prominent character in the Star Wars live-action shows and is heavily involved in the activities of the New Republic.

At this point, it wouldn't be surprising if the character ends up being included in the film as well, especially when Din Djarin and Grogu cross paths with the New Republic again in their adventure.

It is likely that we will be hearing a confirmation on Lee's potential involvement in the coming months as the film is reportedly set to begin production this summer.

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