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Pedro Pascal and Rosario Dawson lead Star Wars stars before a panel for The Mandalorian

Pedro Pascal and Rosario Dawson led a star-studded Star Wars celebration in Anaheim on Saturday that included a panel for the upcoming season of The Mandalorian and the first season of Ahsoka.

The 47-year-old Pascal, who plays the lead character in The Mandalorian, donned a short sleeve light blue button-down shirt with a pair of matching pants.

He stood in a pair of white sneakers and thick-framed black glasses.

Form-fitting: Dawson, 43, donned a white sundress with patches of orange and purple dotting the front of it

May the force be with you: Pedro Pascal and Rosario Dawson led a star-studded Star Wars celebration in Anaheim on Saturday that included a panel for the upcoming season of The Mandalorian

His messy dark brown hair was swept off to the right and stuck up at a number of different angles. 

His beard and mustache were groomed neatly and cut close to his face. 

Dawson, 43, donned a white sundress with patches of orange and purple dotting the front of it. 

Stylish: Pascal's beard and mustache were groomed neatly and cut close to his face (pictured left with Temuera Morrison)

Stylish: Pascal’s beard and mustache were groomed neatly and cut close to his face (pictured left with Temuera Morrison) 

Just past her knees: The sleeveless gown ended just below her knees and hugged her figure nicely

Just past her knees: The sleeveless gown ended just below her knees and hugged her figure nicely

Short hair: Rosario's black hair was cut into a short bob and her bangs stopped right above her perfectly sculpted eyebrows

Short hair: Rosario’s black hair was cut into a short bob and her bangs stopped right above her perfectly sculpted eyebrows

The sleeveless gown ended just below her knees and hugged her figure nicely.  

She stood in tall pink high heels and wore huge white hoop earrings that dangled down from her lobes. 

Her black hair was cut into a short bob and her bangs stopped right above her perfectly sculpted eyebrows. 

Stars galore: Dawson stopped on the red carpet to pose with legendary actor Carl Weathers and Giancarlo Esposito

Stars galore: Dawson stopped on the red carpet to pose with legendary actor Carl Weathers and Giancarlo Esposito

Looking as good as ever: The Rocky star, 74, stepped out in a gray suit over a light blue button-down shirt that he wore without a tie

All black: The Breaking Bad actor, 64, wore a black polo with several buttons near the neckline under a matching blazer

Looking good: Both men looked dapper in well-tailored suits: 

Co-starring: Pascal's character Din Djarin regularly received assignments from Weathers' Greef Karga

Co-starring: Pascal’s character Din Djarin regularly received assignments from Weathers’ Greef Karga

Dawson stopped on the red carpet to pose with legendary actors Carl Weathers and Giancarlo Esposito. 

The Rocky star, 74, stepped out in a gray suit over a light blue button-down shirt that he wore without a tie.

The Breaking Bad actor, 64, wore a black polo with several buttons near the neckline under a matching blazer. 

He added thick-framed black glasses and a big black bowler cap sat atop his gray hair. 

Showing her face for once: Emily Swallow, who plays the masked character The Armorer on The Mandalorian, wore a sleeveless black jumpsuit with fringe protruding from the neckline of the top

Showing her face for once: Emily Swallow, who plays the masked character The Armorer on The Mandalorian, wore a sleeveless black jumpsuit with fringe protruding from the neckline of the top

Denim: Katee Sackhoff, who appeared in the Mandalorian as Bo-Katan Kryze for two episodes of the show's second season, wore a denim vest and matching jeans to the affair

Denim: Katee Sackhoff, who appeared in the Mandalorian as Bo-Katan Kryze for two episodes of the show’s second season, wore a denim vest and matching jeans to the affair

Close-cropped: Her blonde hair was cut short and swept off to the right

Close-cropped: Her blonde hair was cut short and swept off to the right

Emily Swallow, who plays The Armorer on The Mandalorian, wore a sleeveless black jumpsuit with fringe protruding from the top. 

She brushed her red hair out of her face, its curly tresses falling just below her shoulders. 

Katee Sackhoff, who appeared in the Mandalorian as Bo-Katan Kryze for two episodes of the show’s second season, wore a denim vest and matching jeans to the affair. 

Her blonde hair was cut short and swept off to the right. 

Keeping it simple: The Book of Boba Fett star Temuera Morrison wore a sheer white button-down shirt and a pair of black slacks to the event

Keeping it simple: The Book of Boba Fett star Temuera Morrison wore a sheer white button-down shirt and a pair of black slacks to the event

Co-stars: Dawson's Ahsoka co-star Natasha Liu Bordizzo wore a short black leather dress that barely reached the middle of her thigh to the event

Co-stars: Dawson’s Ahsoka co-star Natasha Liu Bordizzo wore a short black leather dress that barely reached the middle of her thigh to the event

Popualr character: Bordizzo will play Sabine Wren, a character from the popular animated show Star Wars Rebels, in the highly-anticipated series (left to right: Dave Filoni, Bordizzo, Dawson and Jon Favreau)

Popualr character: Bordizzo will play Sabine Wren, a character from the popular animated show Star Wars Rebels, in the highly-anticipated series (left to right: Dave Filoni, Bordizzo, Dawson and Jon Favreau) 

Love for recognized personnel: Pascal's body double Brendan Wayne and stuntman Lateef Crowder posed with Sackoff and Dawson on the red carpet

Love for recognized personnel: Pascal’s body double Brendan Wayne and stuntman Lateef Crowder posed with Sackoff and Dawson on the red carpet

The Book of Boba Fett star Temuera Morrison wore a sheer white button-down shirt and a pair of black slacks to the event. 

Dawson’s Ahsoka co-star Natasha Liu Bordizzo wore a short black leather dress that barely reached the middle of her thigh. 

She stood on black high heels and her dark brown hair fell in one solid wave down her back. 

She will portray Sabine Wren, a character from the popular animated show Star Wars Rebels, in the highly-anticipated series. 

Pascal’s body double Brendan Wayne and stuntman Lateef Crowder posed with Sackoff and Dawson on the red carpet. 

Group picture: A big group stood for a picture before heading into the event (L to R: Bordizzo, Sackhoff, Weathers, Daweon, Esposito, Crowder, Swallow and Wayne)

Group picture: A big group stood for a picture before heading into the event (L to R: Bordizzo, Sackhoff, Weathers, Daweon, Esposito, Crowder, Swallow and Wayne)

Showing off his skills: Temuera Morrison showed off his dancing skills to the crowd during the panel

Showing off his skills: Temuera Morrison showed off his dancing skills to the crowd during the panel

Grogu appearance! Show creator Jon Favreau showed off a tiny Grogu puppet during the panel

Grogu appearance! Show creator Jon Favreau showed off a tiny Grogu puppet during the panel

New droid: A droid even went on stage to speak to the audience

New droid: A droid even went on stage to speak to the audience

Group shot: The whole team posed together onstage at the panel

Group shot: The whole team posed together onstage at the panel

The group then took the stage for a panel that included a dancing Morrison, creator Jon Favreau with a Grogu puppet and a droid addressing the audience. 

All of the actors huddled together for a group shot while up onstage. 

The team talked about The Mandalorian’s third season which will come out next year and Dawson even talked a bit about the story in the first season of her upcoming series Ahsoka, calling the show ‘not just a distraction, it’s a way of life.’

Ahsoka update: Dawson even talked a bit about the story in the first season of her upcoming series Ahsoka, calling the show 'not just a distraction, it’s a way of life.'

Ahsoka update: Dawson even talked a bit about the story in the first season of her upcoming series Ahsoka, calling the show ‘not just a distraction, it’s a way of life.’

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