We know when Disney+ arrives next month that launch day will bring the first episode of The Mandalorian along with it. The live-action Star Wars series is probably the most anticipated part of the streaming service, and now we know when each of the episodes in the show’s first will arrive. But that’s not all.
Even though the general public hasn’t seen a single episode of The Mandalorian, the second season is already moving forward. In addition to executive producer Jon Favreau taking a step behind the camera this time, one of the show’s cast members will hop in the director’s chair too, and it’s none other than Carl Weathers. Find out more below. Read More »
Over in Los Angeles, Lucasfilm held a press junket for the upcoming series premiere of the first live-action Star Wars series, The Mandalorian. The show will debut on the new Disney+ streaming service when it launches on November 12, but some lucky members of the press at the junket were treated to 27-minutes of footage from the series. Thankfully, any surprises have been held back, but the first reactions to the footage are all over the moon, claiming this is an exciting return to the style of the original Star Wars trilogy. Read some of The Mandalorian early reactions below. Read More »
The Mandalorian may not hit Disney+ for another month, but you can already pre-order a life-size replica of the trademark helmet worn by the titular bounty hunter in the new Star Wars series. EFX Collectibles has recreated the shimmering helmet that resembles Boba Fett’s headpiece from the original trilogy, just with a metallic paint job, a less damaged surface and the lack of an antenna. Chronicle Collectibles is distributing The Mandalorian helmet replica in the US. Find out how to get it below. Read More »
Fall is officially upon us, which means we’re that much closer to returning to a galaxy far, far away with two different stories set during two different time periods in the Star Wars universe. First, we’ll meet The Mandalorian five years after the events of Return of the Jedi in the first live-action Star Wars series coming to Disney+. Then, just before the end of the year, the Skywalker saga will be complete with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. And to give Star Wars fans something to hold them over until these new stories arrive, we’ve got a Kylo Ren photo that raises some questions, and a glimpse inside The Mandalorian’s ship, the Razor Crest. Read More »
Yesterday brought the reveal of the first merchandise from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker thanks to a livestream event from Pinewood Studios in London. We’ve already rounded up the best action figures, Funko POPs, LEGO sets and more from the final chapter of the Skywalker saga, but now we’re going to focus on the merchandise that will be arriving alongside it from Lucasfilm’s first live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian.
Below, we’ve rounded up The Mandalorian toys and collectibles that we’re most excited to get our hands on. They’re not quite as plentiful as The Rise of Skywalker merch, but there’s some good stuff here. Read More »
Today brought the Triple Force Friday announcements for the first merchandise that will be released next week on October 4. While most of the fun was centered on toys of our favorite characters from the new trilogy, as well as some new ones, there were some Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker details revealed, as well as a tidbit from the upcoming Disney+ series The Mandalorian. We’ve got new planet names, some interesting character pairing scenarios, new characters names, and more. Find out the new Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker details and a little about The Mandalorian too. Read More »
With a new movie in the Star Wars saga coming this winter, that means it’s almost time for Force Friday, the first day that new merchandise for The Rise of Skywalker goes on sale. But this year’s Force Friday is even bigger, because thanks to the arrival of The Mandalorian on Disney+ and the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order video game in November, we’re looking at a Triple Force Friday on October 4. And if you’re excited to see what new Star Wars goodies will be on sale next week, you’ll be able to get a look at some of the items rolling out with a special livestream preview this Thursday, September 26.
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As we near the premiere of the Disney+ series The Mandalorian, two more actors have revealed that they have joined the highly anticipated Star Wars series. Natalia Tena, of Game of Thrones and Harry Potter fame, and comedian Bill Burr, best known for his role in Breaking Bad, confirmed that they have boarded The Mandalorian cast, as two characters we might have already gotten a glimpse of in the latest trailers.
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We’re exactly two months out from the debut of the Disney+ streaming service, which means we’re also two months out from seeing the first episode of the live-action Star Wars series The Mandalorian. The teaser trailer has everyone pumped and now writer and executive producer Jon Favreau is trying to get Star Wars fans of every kind excited all over again with a tease of what the series has yet to reveal, including the possibility of seeing stories known as Star Wars Legends in the show. Read More »
Disney and Lucasfilm are bringing the first season of The Mandalorian to the new Disney+ streaming service starting on November 12. It’s the first live-action Star Wars series ever, and after the first teaser trailer debuted during The D23 Expo last month, fans are extremely excited to see what the show has to offer, and that’s largely thanks to the passion of executive producer Jon Favreau.
The Iron Man and The Lion King director wrote four episodes of the series before Disney and Lucasfilm even expressed interest in making the series, but Favreau decided to focus on getting the show up and running instead of stepping behind the camera as director, opting to let some other talented names take the reins instead. But whenever The Mandalorian season 2 rolls around, Fareau has already decided that he’ll get back in the director’s chair. Read More »