The Mandalorian and Grogu Movie Filming Date Reportedly Revealed

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The upcoming Star Wars movie The Mandalorian and Grogu has reportedly set its filming date according to a new listing.

Last month, Lucasfilm announced that Din Djarin and Grogu will continue their next adventure on the big screen with Jon Favreau directing the film and co-writing the script with Dave Filoni.

During that time, they didn't provide details on when the film will begin production except that it will happen later this year. Now, it looks like they have finally circled a date.

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The Mandalorian and Grogu Will Reportedly Begin Filming This June

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A recent listing from the Film & Television Industry Alliance (FTIA) revealed that The Mandalorian and Grogu will begin filming in Los Angeles this June 17.

Bespin Bulletin corroborated the claims in the listing as they also reported that the film is slated to start production around June based on their sources and will conclude in October, making it a four-month shoot.

They also added that the film will have a lesser budget than the recent Star Wars theatrical projects.

The report estimated that the production cost is going to be around $120 million, which is significantly less than the standard $200 million budget for each sequel trilogy film.

So far, Lucasfilm has not confirmed the claims that were made in the reports.

Interestingly enough, Marvel's Fantastic Four, which also stars Pedro Pascal, will reportedly begin filming this summer. This suggests that the actor will likely only do voicework again for the Star Wars film unless they do reshoots later on.

If the movie will indeed start production this June, we may be hearing more news and updates regarding the project in the coming months and get more confirmation about its filming plans.

Nevertheless, this is an exciting update for fans since it is an assurance that the film will move forward, unlike other Star Wars projects that have been stuck in development for a long time.

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