'The Mandalorian' Reveals Four New Images And Gnarly Footage For The Fans

Brenda Watkins
April 15, 2019

Below are some screenshots of the footage shown during the panel with the team building the models using 3D printers and LEDs for the engine lights.

The show will focus on a new warrior inspired by the uber-popular Star Wars character Boba Fett and be set shortly after Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Hyping up a crowd already buzzing from Friday's release of a trailer for the ninth installment in the flagship film franchise, "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker", were the show's writer and executive producer, Jon Favreau, and several members of the cast.

The topic next turned to the inspiration behind The Mandalorian's character. Jon Favreau, Kathleen Kennedy, Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Carl Weathers, and executive producer Dave Filoni sat down to dish out some details on what has until now been a highly secretive project set to premiere in November of this year. In the trailer, the gunslinger character, played by Pedro Pascal, follows a dot on a tracking beacon across an icy planet. Please note: Star Wars movies.

Galaxy's Edge attractions coming to Disney's theme parks are created to look and feel as if you've stepped right into a world filled with all manner of alien creatures from far-off star systems and space wizards waving their laser swords about with reckless abandon.

Weathers takes the role of Greif Marda, head of a bounty hunter guild and the man who dishes out jobs to the central character.

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In a scene from George Lucas' epic space opera Star Wars, the American actor Harrison Ford as rebel smuggler Han Solo draws a gun against enemies; behind him can be seen a fantastic space shuttle.

The Mandalorian takes place in the time between the end of the original trilogy and The Force Awakens.

"We have you four to one", a Stormtrooper tells the Mandalorian, according to CNET. (Typically they're called in for various events like Star Wars Celebration, but not to be a part of filming.) Filoni said the Stormtroopers ended up being a test audience for the crew.

Directors for episodes of "The Mandalorian" include actress Bryce Dallas Howard, Deborah Chow ("Jessica Jones"), Rick Famuyiwa ("Dope") and Taika Waititi ("Thor: Ragnarok"), and the only prerequisite was they "had to be a fan of 'Star Wars, ' " Favreau says.

"I like those odds", the title character coolly responds.

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