Entertainment ‘Jeans Guy’ Digitally Erased From ‘The Mandalorian’ Episode

19:36  30 november  2020
19:36  30 november  2020 Source:   etcanada.com

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The Mandalorian Has Digitally Erased Jeans Guy From Existence. Last week's episode of Disney+'s The Mandalorian featured an unexpected cameo by a production crew member who inadvertently found himself in the background during a key action sequence.

RIP JEANS GUY : The now infamous " Jeans Guy " blooper in Chapter 12 of #TheMandalorian has been digitally removed. pic.twitter.com/KEMYAGFCYt. The coffee cup was later digitally removed from the episode for future airings, and HBO issued an appropriately funny response to the error.

Pour one out for "Jeans Guy".

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Last week, eagle-eyed fans of "The Mandalorian" spotted a flub in the episode "The Siege".

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During a fight sequence featuring stars Pedro Pascal, Carl Weathers, and Gina Carano, a crew member wearing a T-shirt and jeans could be seen in the background.

After images of the accidental cameo went viral, though, Disney+ went back and digitally erased the flub. Fans noticed over the weekend.

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The gaffe is reminiscent of the stray coffee cup that appeared during an episode of the last season of "Game of Thrones", which HBO also saw fit to digitally erase.


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