Judging by a slew of new images, jaded fanboys might actually give this one a pass.
Pedro Pascal's Mandalorian warrior, Carl Weathers' character Greef Carga (the head of a collection of bounty hunters), and Gina Carano's character Cara Dune (an ex-Rebel Shock Trooper) were all seen in a clip that only the attendees of the Celebration could see.
Weathers is a character named Greef, a guy who's running a group of bounty hunters.
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A trailer for the project was also screened.
The Mandalorian arrives on November 12. Favreau adds that they were influenced by the "scum and villainy" of the Mos Eisley Cantina scene from the original "Star Wars" film as well as post-Civil War and Old West eras "where order had to be brought to the universe".
The last LEGO Star Wars game launched back in 2016 and revolved entirely around The Force Awakens. Weathers' character is looking for someone to seek a very.exclusive product, and hires The Mandalorian to take care of business. I specifically say "hear" because unfortunately while footage was shown to the audience in attendance, the online stream was blacked out while it was playing. It's set in the aftermath of The Return of the Jedi, taking place five years after the Rebellion's victory. Herzog's unnamed character pulls out a piece of beskar (or, Mandalorian iron) as a down-payment for the job.
Kennedy explained that Favreau initially pitched the idea after it became apparent that Disney+ would have room for multiple TV shows. The show looked like a high-caliber production that shouldn't be ignored just because it's hidden on a streaming app. Other directors stepping behind the camera for episodes are Deborah Chow (Jessica Jones), Rick Famuyiwa (The Wood, Dope), actor-turned-director Bryce Dallas Howard (who made the short film Solemates), and Thor: Ragnarok's Taika Waititi. "Everyone was from a different perspective, a different generation", Favreau said. "But these are new characters and new stories, so it's a great way to invite new people in". Are you excited for The Mandalorian?