'The Mandalorian' Star Giancarlo Esposito Addressed Rumors of a Moff Gideon Spinoff

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Giancarlo Esposito "would be interested" in a spin-off from The Mandalorian that focuses on his great evil, Moff Gideon.
Famous for his performance as meth kingpin Gus Fring in the Breaking Bad universe, Esposito has brought the same distant threat to a galaxy far far away as the mustache officer of the Empire.
After several Star Wars announcements came in earlier this month, Giancarlo suggested seeing part of the action in an interview with Esquire.
Related: Mandalorian Bryce Dallas Howard responds to season two's biggest criticism
"I sat there and said, 'Hey, what about me ?!'" he joked. "People keep asking me, 'Why aren't you in season two?'" I said, 'Because we're pissing you off. I'm the heavy one, and it will take me a while to get to what Moff really wants. '"
Addressing the possibility of a Moff spin-off, the actor commented: "The answer is, yes, I would be interested if there was enough material and plot to indulge in that."
"But first I want to stay true to this project."
Related: The Mandalorian boss reveals what was "tricky" about the season two finale
As for his villain in The Mandalorian season three, Giancarlo added: "In a way, history repeats itself.
"I think Moff Gideon is very elusive and has had a piece in every part of the empire. I think you will see that and it will be a real clue when you see the finale."
Mandalorian Seasons 1 and 2 are now streamed on Disney +.
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