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Entertainment The Mandalorian gets season 2 first-look photo and movie tease from Disney

08:00  14 november  2019
08:00  14 november  2019 Source:   digitalspy.com

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The Mandalorian director Jon Favreau has released the first teaser from the second season, just as Disney hints that a movie spin-off could happen. © Disney The Mandalorian director Jon Favreau has released the first teaser from the second season, just as Disney hints that a movie spin-off could happen.

The Mandalorian has definitely made a big impression on Star Wars fans.

The first episode of the live-action Star Wars series has only been available to watch on Disney+ for under 48 hours, and yet we're already hearing tonnes of info about the show's future. Maybe that cliffhanger has everyone excited?

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We'll remind you again there has only been one episode, but Disney Studios co-chairman Alan Horn is already talking about the possibility of spinning The Mandalorian off for a movie at some point.

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a sign above a store: Star Wars: The Mandalorian poster © Disney Star Wars: The Mandalorian poster "The Mandalorian is already proving to be a big thing," he told Variety. "So, if that series proves to be so compelling that we reverse engineer it into a theatrical release, a two-hour film or whatever."

While Disney considers the possibility of a Mandalorian movie, series creator Jon Favreau and his team are deep into filming the second season on location.

a silhouette of a man: The Mandalorian © Disney The Mandalorian Favreau shared a first-look at the titular character's glistening helmet on Instagram on Wednesday (November 13), writing: "Greetings from the set of #TheMandalorian season 2."

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We're okay with more series or even a movie as long as there are many more references to the Star Wars Holiday Special. Thanks again for making it canon, Favreau!

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