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Disney has confirmed that The Mandalorian will be available to watch on Disney+ when the services launches on November 12. Mandalore’s status since Return of the Jedi isn’t totally clear, but that will presumably be addressed in the show.

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The MandalorianMerchandise hunting is a complicated hobby, but you know you want it. Three characters from the show are represented in the six-inch Black Series – The Mandalorian himself (along with a shiny carbonized variant), Cara Dune, IG-11, the Heavy Infantry Mandalorian (named Paz Vizla ) and the Offworld Jawa. Baby Yoda will join them in spring 2020.

The titular star of The Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) first appears in this series in traditional western fashion: in the middle of an average day’s work. For this renowned bounty hunter, that means kicking butts and picking up wanted goons.

The Mandalorian, the first live-action Star Wars television series in the brand’s four-decade history, was created by executive producer Favreau, the filmmaker best known for Iron Man and The Jungle Book. Dave Filoni (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) directed the inaugural episode and serves as executive producer alongside Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson.

Star Wars fans might be fighting over The Rise of Skywalker in much the same way they did with The Last Jedi, but at least everyone is on the same page about The Mandalorian’s success on Disney Plus Baby Yoda aside, this was arguably the best slice of Star Wars in years.

Seconds after the is-he-or-isn’t-he-Boba-Fett moment, we see one of the symbols that has graced his armor and other Mandalorians throughout the Star Wars saga, the skull of the Mythosaur, enormous dragon-like creatures that once roamed the planet Mandalore. These beasts get mentioned by name later in the episode when Mando is trying to learn to ride a wild Blurrg for his trip to his bounty.

This episode felt like a mini-movie. A lot of stuff happens but the story wraps up nicely by the end of the chapter. One moment the villagers need training, next they’re holding the frontlines. Besides the rushed pacing of the episode, it was a welcomed departure from the gray towns and tan deserts, as greenery features heavily on Sorgan. A more personal side of Mando is also shown as he contemplates his desire to settle down.

Favreau tweeted the anticipated timeline for the sophomore series of The Mandalorian” on Friday, accompanied by an image of a statuette of a Gamorrean, a type of alien from the Star Wars universe with a distinctly hog-like appearance. The Gamorrean’s most noteworthy appearance in the Star Wars cinematic universe to date is probably in Return of the Jedi,” when they served as guards for crime lord Jabba the Hutt on Tatootine.

The first thing you need to know: The Mandalorian is not a prequel story about Boba Fett, even though it takes place after Boba falls into a Sarlacc pit in Return of the Jedi. The protagonist of this space Western looks a lot like the fan-favorite bounty hunter, but he’s an entirely different character who hails from Mandalor, the home planet of the Mandalorians.

The “Iron Man” director (who also plays Happy Hogan in the Marvel Cinematic Universe) and star of “Swingers” doesn’t fully appear in “Solo,” but his voice does – he plays Rio Durant, the multi-armed member of Tobias Beckett’s crew. Favreau gets to be the jokey member of the heist crew in the movie and acts as pilot, despite Han complaining that he wants the job.


Between the Darksaber’s live-action debut and Darth Maul’s cameo in Solo, it may not be possible for mainstream Star Wars fans to ignore the animated series anymore, because with no new movies officially on the horizon, TV is looking more and more like the place where the franchise will play out in the future. The Clone Wars is coming back after a dedicated, yearslong fan campaign , characters Obi-Wan Kenobi and Cassian Andor are each getting their own series, and there are even rumors of other secret shows in the works Putting a whole bunch of Star Wars on TV in the coming year has its potential downsides, like the kind of glut that led Solo to flop at the box office But if The Mandalorian is any indicator, it will also create room for writers to play with genre, to take big risks—and to slow things way down.

The Armorer creates a signet for the Mandalorian warrior with the melted beskar, one that he is now worthy of , and declares that he and Baby Yoda are now a clan of two. Finally she gives him a Rising Phoenix,” which is just Mandalorianspeak for jet pack” thus making him a full warrior.

While Star Wars is no stranger to the small screen, those efforts have mostly been animated. So when initial trailers debuted for The Mandalorian,” in glorious live-action, many observed how movie-like it seemed, as though it would fit right in on the big screen alongside the Star Wars” spinoffs like Rogue One” or Solo.” A reported $15 million per episode budget probably didn’t hurt.

A Kubaz sniper later appears in Chapter 4, attempting to assassinate Baby Yoda. We don’t know for sure whether or not this was the same character we met in the first episode, but it’s certainly interesting to see The Mandalorian building upon what had once been a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it masked alien.

Yet by The Mandalorian the technique is so commonplace that Mando is able to quickly freeze his bounty without endangering himself, and without the enormous chamber seen in Cloud City. It makes sense if you think about it — Jabba proudly displays Han Solo’s frozen body in his palace, and news of the display probably travels fast in the underworld of Star Wars. It probably doesn’t take long for an enterprising bounty hunter to look into technology that could make carbon-freezing more mobile.


The Mandalorian himself is something of a lone gunslinger, making his way in a world beset with dangers. He’s also a tragic figure – we get some backstory on his terrible past, which will no doubt be brought to bear at some point – and Pedro Pascal does an excellent job of making him sympathetic despite the handicap of a full-face mask. Like other Star Wars entries, The Mandalorian gets into some fan service: Franchise nerds will flinch happily when Ewok holiday “Life Day” pops up, and it’s clear that the Empire is going to play some part in the story. But unlike other entries that felt like they were circling the drain of an increasingly overly fleshed-out story, The Mandalorian feels fresh and newly enchanting, just the thing for fans awaiting the next movie.

Season 3’s Mandalore two-parter doesn’t have major ramifications for The Mandalorian, but it’s a fun watch just for a look at the political upheaval that plagued the planet during the Clone Wars. Plus, you get a fun team-up between Padme Amidala and Mandalorian leader Satine, as well as an episode focused on fan favorite Jedi Ahsoka Tano.

It’s easiest to remember Deep Roy in the Johnny Depp-starring “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” since Roy played every orange oompa-loompa in that movie. In “Return of the Jedi,” he was both an Ewok and the puffy alien band member Droopy McCool in Jabba’s Palace. Deep Roy also worked on “The Empire Strikes Back,” acting as a stand-in for the muppet Yoda.

When The Mandalorian” was originally announced, everyone, including the actor who plays the character Pedro Pascal, assumed he was playing the most famous man ever to wear Mandalorian armor in Star Wars, Boba Fett. As every Star Wars fan remembers, Fett bit it in Return of the Jedi” when he was eaten by the Sarlacc.

The Mandalorian, Disney+’s big-ticket original series, set in the Star Wars universe, isn’t bad. It also isn’t good. It’s not much of anything, truth be told. It’s a brand extension, a flag planted in a new corner of a Star Wars universe that feels a lot like old corners of the Star Wars universe.

We’ve only ever seen one other of his kind, Yaddle, in The Phantom Menace.” This baby demonstrates all the exciting potential of The Mandalorian.” I can’t wait to see what else we’re going to learn about Yoda’s species, this particular baby, and why so many ex-Imperials wanted it dead or alive. Also, this is the cutest Disney baby since Baby Groot.

The eager, green bounty hunter Toro Calican eventually proves to be as much of a snake as his chosen profession would require him to be. At first seeming like he simply wants a hand in getting in the door of the Bounty Hunter’s Guild, Toro eventually turns on Mando and dies for his troubles. It says a lot about exactly where Mando’s state of mind is as of Chapter 5 is that he agrees to partner with the headstrong young bounty hunter.


It may be a bit less so for anyone curious to see how creatively this story could develop if it were to exist as a separate yet still related entity — one that links up to the greater “Star Wars” universe but isn’t explicitly beholden to line up with the theatrical arcs.

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