Live Action Sabine Wren Could Be X-Men Star Lana Condor

Written By Kieran Bugg

Live Action Sabine Wren Could Be X-Men Star Lana Condor

X-Men: Apocalypse star Lana Condor is among the actresses being considered for the live action Sabine Wren in Disney Plus’ Ahsoka TV series.

Star Wars insider Jordan Maison revealed the list on Twitter. Tati Gabrielle and Havana Rose Liu were also included.

Editor-In-Chief Mikey Sutton scooped Wren in the Geekosity Facebook group on December 28, 2019.

Star Wars: Rebels aired its final episode in March 2018.

However, it ended on somewhat of a cliffhanger for some of the show’s characters.

Star Wars fans have been itching to discover what happened to certain Phoenix Squadron members.

Live Action Sabrine Wren Could Be X-Men Star Lana Condor

Image: Tati Gabrielle

The most notable were Ezra Bridger and Wren as they were the heroes left with their arcs open for more stories.

Bridger was last seen sending himself and Grand Admiral Thrawn into hyperspace to a unknown location.

On the other hand, Wren was last seen teaming up with Ahsoka Tano to find Bridger and fulfill her promise to him.

Tano blew fans minds when she appeared for the first time in live action in the second season of The Mandalorian.

Rosario Dawson played her to unanimous praise.

Shortly thereafter, she was confirmed to be getting her own spin-off series from that appearance.

Live Action Sabine Wren Could Be X-Men Star Lana Condor

Live Action Sabrine Wren Could Be X-Men Star Lana Condor

Image: Lucasfilm

Articles from various sites ran wild with reports that the upcoming show will cast live-action versions of both Bridger and Wren.

The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Lucasfilm’s search for the live-action Wren  had begun.

THR said:

“Lucasfilm is looking for an actress to star opposite [Rosario] Dawson as Mandalorian warrior Sabine Wren.” 

Image: Havana Rose Liu, Odette New York


At the moment it’s anyone’s guess which of the women they’ll cast as Wren.

Nevertheless, it’s only a matter of time now until we should hear something official from Lucasfilm.

As for Bridger, it had been long rumored that Aladdin star Mena Massoud was in serious talks with the studio to bring the character into live action.

As for when the Ahsoka program will start filming or when it will premiere on Disney Plus, that’s still not known.

Nevertheless, when it is finally released, it’s certain that it will serve as a satisfying sequel.

Fans of both Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars: Rebels have much to be excited for.

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