Episode 5 of Star Wars: Ahsoka also features the actress we fell in love with in the summer blockbuster, Barbie: that’s who she is.
More attentive viewers may have noticed the presence of one actress in the fifth episode. Ahsokaarrived in streaming mode Disney+ last time on September 13th. The episode in question is one of the most exciting so far as it features the legendary meeting/clash between Ahsoka (Rosario Dawson), former Jedi student of Anakin Skywalker and his teacher. Among other things, it included some scenes of memories and flashbacks from the past of the main character. He attended one of these young actress which you may have seen in the summer movie reveal, Barbie.
Ahsoka: What happens in episode 5?
In episode 5 Ahsoka the main character finds Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) in a dimension that seems to be the World between Worlds. Ahsoka must finally complete her unfinished Jedi training, and Anakin informs her that their meeting helps her figure out if she wants to live and continue fighting to save her friends. After a brief lightsaber duel, Anakin sends Ahsoka into a flashback, reminding her of the time they fought together in the Clone Wars. In this episode, as well as a later look at The Siege of Mandalore, Ahsoka is much younger and is played by Ariana Greenblatt.
Ahsoka: Is Anakin Skywalker real? Explanation of the meeting/clash at the center of episode 5.
Ariana Greenblatt’s already long career
IN Barbie Ariana Greenblatt plays little Sasha, Gloria’s daughter (America Ferrera) who helps Barbie (Margot Robbie) to figure out how to restore order in Barbieland. Despite the fact that the actress is only 16 years old, she already has a successful career behind her. Some of you may remember her as the younger version of Gamora (Zoe Saldana) V Avengers: Infinity War. Like many child stars, she got her start at Disney with the role of Daphne Diaz on the Disney Channel series. Harley in the center. Then she was also among the main characters in the sci-fi comedy. Love and Monstersfrom 2020. And she certainly doesn’t stop: we’ll soon see her in a live-action film. Borderlandinspired by the video game of the same name and directed by Eli Roth.