Pedro Pascal compares wearing the Mandalorian helmet to going blind: You Cant See Sh*t

Pedro Pascal compares wearing the Mandalorian helmet to going blind: You Cant See Sh*t ...

Pedro Pascal is taking a load off his shoulders — literally.

The Mandalorian, a Disney+ series star, reveals what it's like inside the costume of Din Djarin, who plays Mandalorian, a bounty hunter.

Pascal told Empire magazine that putting on a head-to-toe glove with weights on it is like putting on a head-to-toe glove. Seeing any facial expression is ironic because it places you in the world so completely, instantly makes the character feel real, but you can't see shit!

"I'm going to fall into a hole if they've continued to improve the helmet," Pascal said of the helmet. "Your breath completely fogs up the narrow slit that you can see through."

Once in the Beskar get-up, "you immediately feel powerful, protected, and like a protector," according to the actor of "Last of Us."

Pascal told ScreenRant in 2022 that it was an "incredible" moment to see the helmet for the "Manalorian" series. "It sits like a glove, as if it were, like the armor, a part of me." Pascal added. "It is not difficult for me to move in it and hardly restricts me."

Shawna Trpcic, the costume designer for "The Mandalorian," told IndieWire that she was determined to go with a "purist" approach to her costume choices for her characters, particularly when it came to dressing Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) in the Season 2 finale.

"The texture, the showmanship, the elegance of the movement of the fabrics, that heaviness, the drape, told as much about the character as the character's performance," Trpcic said.

Season 3 of "The Mandalorian" is back on March 1, with a trailer revealing how Pascal's Din Djarin tries to obtain the Darksaber, used by the first Mandalorian Jedi.

Other upcoming "Star Wars" streaming series include "Ahsoka," with Rosario Dawson in the lead role, as well as "The Acolyte," conceived by "Russian Doll" showrunner Leslye Headland and starring Jodie Turner-Smith, Lee Jung-Jae, and Amandla Stenberg.