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The hit Star Wars TV series The Mandalorian has been praised for many reasons. To various viewers, it is simply for the thrilling story, or its charming characters. In addition to that, there is also the series of technological feats that has been accomplished to bring the series to life. StageCraft has been talked about quite a bit over the last good while, but the TV series also incorporated modelmaking into the process of creating the world of the show. Fortunately for those who are curious about this technique, we now have an in-depth look at what goes into this method.
A new director is taking over the untitled Disney+ Star Wars series about Cassian Andor from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Toby Haynes will step in for Tony Gilroy for at least the first three episodes.
Rumors float around throughout Hollywood on a regular basis. Most of them are unfounded, a few are true, etc. This is why fact-checking rumors is a good thing.
The Jedi lost. Luke and Leia were separated. You and Obi-wan (Ben) went to Tatooine. You had a child Y/c/n. You were only supposed to be gone for a few hours. But the Stormtroopers found you. You were kiddnaped and the Sith Lord wiped your memories after you refuse to give whereabouts of Obi-wan. Years later trapped. You met Leia, Luke and Hans. When Luke realized who you are. He immediatly tried to rescued you. What happens then?
Star Wars fans have a lot to look forward to right now, with season 2 of The Mandalorian right around the corner, and more news about upcoming shows, merchandise, and more coming out every day.
The attention and accolades for The Mandalorian continued throughout last week as the 2020 Emmy® Award winners were announced. The show took home a total of seven awards for its first season.
It is one thing to be excited for a new Star Wars series as a fan, but it is a whole different story when the actors are excited, too.
The Mandalorian continues to shine in the spotlight as we get closer and closer to the much-anticipated release of season 2.
In Star Wars, Obi-Wan Kenobi may not be the only Jedi Master to get his own series. There is a rumor that a prequel series based on Mace Windu is in development.
The live-action Star Wars TV series The Mandalorian became one of the most highly-anticipated and then most-watched TV series ever made at the time that its first season was coming out. Spending on a big budget comparable to other theatrical Star Wars films, Disney and Lucasfilm made sure that this outstanding live-action TV series became one of the most beloved series for Star Wars fans and any other audiences worldwide. Disney made the right decision by having executive producers Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, who took this successful hit TV series to the highest rank in the Star Wars universe. The expectation was high for what Jon Favreou and Dave Filoni created, The Mandalorian brought in Disney+ a massive number of subscribers and became a flagship to Disney’s streaming platform when it launched. After watching all eight episodes of The Mandalorian season 1, audiences and Star Wars fans around the world were completely overwhelmed with satisfaction. Of course, with this responses, Disney and Lucasfilm are surely proud to continue with The Mandalorian seasons 2 and 3.
We have been getting a fair amount of tidbits regarding The Mandalorian season 2 recently. Last week, the teaser trailer for the upcoming season of the successful Disney+ show made its way onto the internet. It was somewhat subdued, but it was nice that it left enough mystery to keep viewers guessing about the things that could happen in the upcoming season. We know that Moff Gideon will continue his villainous part in the story, and that we might learn a bit more about him, if recent interviews are anything to go by.