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    A lot happened in the latest episode of the Mandalorian that just dropped today, titled “The Jedi.” (Warning: this article contains spoilers!) Hide It centered around Din Djarin (a.k.a. Mando) and Baby Yoda (more on that name, in a bit) traveling to the forest planet of Corvus in search of Ahsoka Tano, whom he hopes will tell him where to find the Jedi. Mando’s goal is to deliver Baby Yoda to the Jedi, but he doesn’t know much about them. Hide Unfortunately, once he finds Ahsoka, she tells him the bad news: “The Jedi Order fell a long time ago.” Since The Mandalorian is set between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, Yoda has already passed away....
    After a first season that felt like it took place on the fringes of the Star Wars universe, The Mandalorian season 2 has begun to incorporate all kinds of important characters. The latest episode, called “The Jedi,” saw the live-action debut of one of Star Wars best, and most beloved, characters, and the tease of another more villainous presence. But, aside from those two there was another more subtle reveal lurking under the surface. [Ed. note: this post contains spoilers for The Mandalorian season 2 episode 5, as well as Star Wars: Rebels] Din Djarin’s first encounter with Ahsoka Tano is something that’s been rumored since the season 2 went into production. In the season’s fifth episode, the...
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    So it happened! After being teased by Bo-Katan Kryze in the third episode of The Mandalorian season 2, the fan-favourite Star Wars Rebels character Ahsoka Tano finally made her live-action debut in the fifth episode. In what is one of season’s best episodes, a pattern that seems to follow an odd-numbering sequence, Ahsoka Tano made a badass entry in the Star Wars spinoff series, right in the opening sequence. Played by Rosario Dawson, Ahsoka proved why she is considered such a big deal by Star Wars fans, even if you have only watched the movies. The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere Review: Mando and Baby Yoda Return for Another Kickass Inter-Galactic Adventure Filled With Star Wars Eggs and Giant Monsters! The live-action...
    Allow me to reintroduce myself: the name is Grogu! Armed with the doubly-deadly blades of her white lightsabers and crowned in the Togruta traditional Akul-tooth headdress, Rosario Dawson’s highly-anticipated debut as beloved Clone Wars star, Ahsoka Tano, on Disney+’s “The Mandalorian Chapter 13″ unlocked a bevy of fascinating revelations for “Star Wars” zealots — namely, Baby Yoda’s true identity. Spoiler alert warning: Stop reading now if you don’t want to know what happens in the latest episode. A bad-ass former Jedi with a good heart, Ahsoka — hunted down by an unyielding Mando in his fervent quest to reunite Baby Yoda, aka The Child, with his Jedi tribe — reads The Child’s mind to discover he’s a planet Coruscant...
    Allow me to reintroduce myself: the name is Grogu! Armed with the doubly-deadly blades of her white lightsabers and crowned in the Togruta traditional Akul-tooth headdress, Rosario Dawson’s highly-anticipated debut as beloved Clone Wars star, Ahsoka Tano, on Disney+’s “The Mandalorian Chapter 13″ unlocked a bevy of fascinating revelations for “Star Wars” zealots — namely, Baby Yoda’s true identity. Spoiler alert warning: Stop reading now if you don’t want to know what happens in the latest episode. A bad-ass former Jedi with a good heart, Ahsoka — hunted down by an unyielding Mando in his fervent quest to reunite Baby Yoda, aka The Child, with his Jedi tribe — reads The Child’s mind to discover he’s a planet Coruscant...
    (CNN)The worst-kept secret in the "Star Wars" universe brought a huge fan favorite to "The Mandalorian" -- moving the show further into the orbit of the animated series "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and "Star Wars Rebels," while adding details about the merchandising bonanza alternately known until now as "Baby Yoda" and "The Child."After considerable build-up, the second season's fifth episode, "The Jedi," introduced Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano, the Padawan to Anakin Skywalker in the animated programs. The latest chapter was written and directed by Dave Filoni, who oversaw the "Star Wars" animated series -- where Ahsoka first appeared in 2008 -- before joining Jon Favreau as an executive producer on "The Mandalorian," the first live-action TV series in...
    Allow me to reintroduce myself: the name is Grogu! Armed with the doubly-deadly blades of her white lightsabers and crowned in the Togruta traditional Akul-tooth headdress, Rosario Dawson’s highly-anticipated debut as beloved Clone Wars star, Ahsoka Tano, on Disney+’s “The Mandalorian Chapter 13″ unlocked a bevy of fascinating revelations for “Star Wars” zealots — namely, Baby Yoda’s true identity. see also 12 best Baby Yoda plush toys, dolls and more, and where to buy them May the cuteness be with you! A bad-ass former Jedi with a good heart, Ahsoka — hunted down by an unyielding Mando in his fervent quest to reunite Baby Yoda, aka The Child, with his Jedi tribe — reads The Child’s mind to...
    The Mandalorian season 2 episode 5 was chock full of references, in-jokes, and returning characters. But while fans had been expecting one of them, but when a beloved character mentioned Grand Admiral Thrawn, just about everyone was surprised. In case you aren’t caught up on the wider, non-movie Star Wars canon, here’s a brief introduction to Thrawn, and everything you need to know about one of Star Wars’ most beloved villains. [Ed. note: this post contains spoilers for The Mandalorian season 2 episode 5, as well as Star Wars: Rebels and the Thrawn novels] Grand Admiral Thrawn is an Imperial officer who was first introduced to the Star Wars universe in Timothy Zahn’s novel “Heir to the Empire.”...
    There was no wasting time in The Mandalorian chapter 13. “The Jedi” gets right to … the Jedi. But the teed-up reveal of a major Star Wars character wasn’t the only bombshell awaiting Thanksgiving-dinner-comatosed fans: Season 2, episode 5 gave us the clearest look yet into the origins of Baby Yoda aka The Child aka Actually He Has a Real Name and If You Were One with the Force You’d Know What It Was. And in what might be the most lore-heavy episode yet, director-producer Dave Filoni solidifies every part of the Star Wars canon, including his animated series The Clone Wars and Rebels, as essential to understanding the the current mainstream side of the franchise. [Ed. note:...
    THE Mandalorian fans were left "crying and screaming with excitement as a legendary Jedi FINALLY made their debut after months of rumours. Viewers of Disney+ series predicted that Ahsoka Tano would return to our screens for season 2 - and the were completely right. 3Ahsoka Tanomade her debut in the fifth episode of season 2 The MandalorianCredit: Disney After speculation that Rosario Dawson, 41, was joining the series as the Jedi back in March, paired with the fact that Ahsoka appears in animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and fans were convinced that we'd see her on our screens some time soon. And they were completely right. Episode five, named Chapter 13: The Jedi, which hit...
    FANS have been eagerly waiting to see the return of Ahsoka Tano in the Star Wars franchise. It had been five years since Star Wars fans had seen the former Jedi Padawan - and her live-action return has gone down well with Mandalorian viewers. 4Rosario Dawson has joined The Mandalorian to play the live-action version of Ahsoka TanoCredit: Disney Who plays Ahsoka Tano in The Mandalorian?  Rosario Dawson has joined The Mandalorian to play the live-action version of Ahsoka Tano. After rumours first swirled that Dawson was set to play Ahsoka in The Mandalorian's second season, the actress finally made her debut in episode five. Fans had been anticipating Ahsoka's appearance, after Bo-Katan advised Mando to track her down to get her...
    Ahsoka Tano might be the most beloved Star Wars character in the series to never appear in live-action. At least, until now. On The Mandalorian season 2 episode 5, the former Jedi finally made her first warm-blooded appearance in canon. Played by Rosario Dawson, the moment was a thrill for people who’ve been following her story for years — and maybe a bit befuddling to those who haven’t. [Ed. note: This post contains spoilers for The Mandalorian season 2 episode 5.] Ahsoka plays a pivotal role in the future of Baby Yoda, as she helps to direct Mando to The Child’s home world. But of course, things could only be that easy. Instead the meeting between Ahsoka and Mando...
    Season two, episode five of "The Mandalorian" revealed The Child's name. Disney Plus/Lucasfilm Warning: There are massive spoilers ahead for "The Mandalorian" season two, episode five. 19 minutes into the episode, fans learn the name of The Child (aka Baby Yoda). Some fans are saying they're going to stick with Baby Yoda. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. We finally an answer to one of the biggest mysteries on "The Mandalorian." The Child, fondly referred to by fans as Baby Yoda, has a name. Are you ready for it? It's Grogu.  The Child's name is Grogu. Disney Plus/Lucasfilm Fans aren't sure what to make of the name.  Some are here for it. —Sergio (@Oogumboogums) November 27,...
    Disney Plus The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 5 The newest episode of The Mandalorian is almost here, and die-hard fans might want to stay up late tonight to catch it as soon as it releases. And yes, even though today is Thanksgiving, the new episode does air very early Friday morning. But just how long do you have to wait until Season 2 Episode 5 of The Mandalorian is posted and you get to see new scenes of Baby Yoda and Mando, his “dad”? You’ll be able to watch the newest episode late tonight or any time tomorrow. Read on for more details about the latest episode in the Star Wars universe on Disney Plus. Season 2 Episode 5  of ‘The...
    Epic Games / Disney Although we’re still several days out from the actual start of Fortnite Season 5, we already know some key information about it. The end of Season 4 should be really crazy if it really is the biggest thing we’ve ever seen, which would almost certainly mean the start of the new season should be just as crazy. Well, we already have a good clue of what to expect in the new season thanks to a leak from Epic themselves. It’s not exactly going to be anything that reveals actual details about the upcoming season, but we do know who the secret skin will be at least. Let’s take a look and find out what...
    The macarons are officially called "Nevarro Nummies." Disney Media Distribution You can now buy the macarons Baby Yoda steals from a classmate in chapter 12 of "The Mandalorian." Williams Sonoma is selling a pack of 12 "Nevarro Nummies" for $49, although postage and packaging will raise that price to around $60. Williams Sonoma's product description reads: "For authentic galactic flavor, each exquisite treat is artfully hand-piped with a rich, creamy vanilla filling." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. You can now buy the macarons that Baby Yoda eats in chapter 12 of "The Mandalorian," but you'll have to pay $50 to dine like the child. In the episode, titled "The Siege," Baby Yoda is left in school...
    Social Security and Working: Everything You Need to Know 2021 Hyundai Sonata N Line: First Drive Review Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life 'The Mandalorian' Fans Spotted a Hilarious Mistake in the Latest Episode Making a TV show—especially one as epic as The Mandalorian—is a complicated business, and even with consummate professionals at every level of production, goofs and bloopers still happen. For some reason, those gaffes are even funnier when they allow a little bit of our world to slip into a heightened universe. Who could forget the infamous Game...
    Moff Gideon (played by Giancarlo Esposito) and the Child in "The Mandalorian." Disney Plus "The Mandalorian" star Giancarlo Esposito, who plays Moff Gideon in the Disney Plus series, refers to Baby Yoda, also known as the Child, as "he or she." "I like to think that the gender of this Child far surpasses the boundaries and limitations of how we see and feel gender in our society," the actor told Insider in a recent interview. "I say 'he or she' because we're in a new world [and] I'd like to give that equality," Esposito added. "I have four daughters and I feel like they're going to move the consciousness of the planet forward because of their gender." Esposito...
    In a recent episode of The Mandalorian, tiny puppet baby Yoda ate a blue cookie. I don’t watch The Mandalorian, but I am online enough to have seen photos of the tiny puppet baby Yoda eating blue macarons. You can now buy these macarons, called “Nevarro Nummies” from Williams Sonoma. Haha cool! I love macarons hell yeah. Except that they cost $49.95 for a dozen. io9 kindly did the math for me because I cannot add or divide, and it estimates them to be about $4.17 per cookie. To which I say, you’re out of your goddamn mind. You want 50 bucks for 12 cookies that look like prop food? Eyeball these Hostess rejects and tell me you don’t have...
    THE Mandalorian season two is getting really juicy with fans thinking they've cracked Moff Gideon's evil plan. The sci-fi western's resident baddie made a return to the Disney+ series in the episode titled The Seige. 7The latest episode of Disney+'s The Mandalorian saw him reunite with Cara Dune and Greef KargaCredit: Lucas Films The 12th chapter in The Mandalorian tale was a critical episode in the narrative arc of the Star Wars spin-off. In the episode Din Djarin aka The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda head back to Nevarro for some critical ship repairs. The duo reunite with Greef Karga (Carl Weathers) and Cara Dune (Gina Carano) who ask Mando to help them blow up an old Imperial base. Things go...
    The Child in "Chapter 12" of "The Mandalorian." Disney Plus "The Mandalorian" season two continued this week with "Chapter 12," in which the Child (aka "Baby Yoda") visited a classroom and ate some space cookies. We've rounded up the best tweets and memes from the episode, including everyone's new favorite character, "Jeans Guy" — a man from the crew spotted in the background of the episode. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The second season of "The Mandalorian" continued on Friday with more mini-quests for the bounty hunter, and a bounty of adorable moments from the Child for fans. The little "Baby Yoda" (who, surely, you know by now is not literally Yoda)  As part of our weekly...
    THE Mandalorian fans are mad that an on set blunder led to a crew member popping up in crucial battle scene. Titled The Siege, the series 12th chapter - or episode four of The Mandalorian's second season - dropped last week and featured an adorable scene with Baby Yoda using the force to steal some biscuits. 6If you look closely you can see the crew member in his civilian clothing in the left of the sceneCredit: Disney But it was also a critical episode in the narrative arc of the hit sci-fi meets western Star Wars spin-off. In the episode Din Djarin aka The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda head back to Nevarro for some critical ship repairs. The duo reunite...
    (CNN)In Disney's hit show "The Mandalorian," the title character has defeated a dragon, massive ice spiders and a horde of ugly squid-face creatures called Quarren. But in a recent episode, the stoic bounty hunter faced perhaps his most fearsome foe: pluralism. For the uninitiated, "The Mandalorian" is a live-action series that explores an outer rim of the ever-expanding "Star Wars" galaxy. In Season Two, airing now on Disney+, the main character -- named Din Djarin -- is looking for other Mandalorians, a diaspora in exile from their home planet. Raised by a religious cult, Djarin suddenly discovers other Mandalorians who -- gasp! -- follow different creeds, or perhaps no creed at all. He greets this new fact with the enthusiasm...
    (CNN)To borrow from the Mandalorian's mantra -- is this really the way? It's great, for "Star Wars" fans like me, to have the show back. We could all use a little Baby Yoda in our lives again. And the second season, which debuted on Oct. 30, continues to deliver high-quality, rollicking, space-western adventure. But you know what would make it better?Sara Stewart If protagonist Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) could maybe stop traveling to different planets, meeting large exotic animals and slaughtering them."The Mandalorian" has made a splash as one of the most satisfying "Star Wars" properties in decades thanks to zeroing in on the little guys in the galaxy, not capital-H heroes. It offers the irresistible plot device of a...
    Warning: This article contains spoilers. Hide The Mandalorian is painstakingly crafted and designed within an inch of its life, which means that every week, fans are rewarded with a TV show with layers upon layers of detail. But in that regard, it’s also much easier to notice the goofs alongside the triumphs. Hide In the latest episode, “The Siege,” Din Djarin and Baby Yoda returned to Nevarro to get the Razor Crest repaired after the repairs made by the Mon Calamari dock worker in last week’s episode didn’t hold up for their entire trip to the Corvusian city of Calodan. If Nevarro sounds familiar, it should. It was not only home to Din’s old Mandalorian concave but it was also...
    Game of Thrones editors may not have caught a coffee cup, and editors missed a water bottle in a Downton Abbey promotion photo, but my favorite accidental addition to a show is the crew member who made their way into the most recent Mandalorian episode. The crew member — we have to assume they’re a crew member, but The News Brig has reached out to Disney for more information — appears at approximately 18:54 in The Mandalorian’s “Chapter 12” episode. Consider this your warning for light spoilers ahead. The scene in question features Greef Karga (Carl Weathers), Cara Dune (Gina Carano), the Mandalorian (aka, Din Djarin, played by Pedro Pascal), and the blue criminal from the series’ very...
    The Mandalorian season 2 episode 4 brings the series back to Nevarro, the planet where Mando first got the mission that led him to The Child. So it shouldn’t be surprising that our trip back there has revealed more about the Empire’s plans for Baby Yoda than anything so far this season. Even better than just the Empire’s plans, this episode also might have provided a nice bridge between the Empire, and the eventual rise of the First Order and its leader. [Warning: This post contains spoilers for The Mandalorian season 2 episode 4, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker] If you remember all the way back to season 1 of The Mandalorian, you’ll probably recall that Nevarro...
    The Mandalorian season 1 ended with a bang — literally. A reprogrammed IG-11 (Taika Waititi) cleared the way for Din Djarin and his friends to make good their escape. The assassin droid also helped to rid the biggest city on the planet Nevarro of Imperial thugs. For that, its populace will be eternally grateful. [Warning: What follows includes light spoilers for The Mandalorian season 2, episode 4.] How grateful? Well, the people of Nevarro built a statue in the droid’s honor. It features prominently in the main square, just outside the new one-room schoolhouse. As Mando tours the facility, you can just see if over his left shoulder — the famous droid, his blaster raised skyward in a triumphant...
    For much of The Mandalorian, Baby Yoda has existed as the show’s ultimate MacGuffin. The Empire — particularly, Giancarlo Esposito’s Moff Gideon — has been willing to go through huge expense and effort to get their hands on the little green guy, but one of the biggest questions in the series has been “why?” Season 2, episode 4, “The Siege,” finally gives an answer — but it’s tied to one of the most controversial, even reviled, aspects of George Lucas’ prequel films. Spoilers below for The Mandalorian season 2, episode 4, and the Star Wars films It’s midi-chlorians. As a recording of bespectacled Dr. Pershing (last seen taking a blood sample from Baby Yoda in season 1) reveals,...
    For his Star Wars directorial debut, Carl Weathers did an excellent job. The fourth episode of The Mandalorian season 2, titled chapter 12 “The Siege,” was an action-packed affair with plenty of laughs. It also helped to move the storyline forward by showing off a glimpse of Moff Gideon’s master plan. [Warning: Our recap contains major spoilers for season 2, episode 4 of The Mandalorian.] The episode opens on Din Djarin trailing smoke — and several pieces of his ship’s hull — as he makes his way to meet up with Ahsoka Tano. Despite the repairs made on Trask in episode 3, the hyperdrive has failed spectacularly and it’s time to stop by a safe harbor for some...
    New photos from "The Mandalorian" season two. Disney Plus "The Mandalorian" is the first live-action "Star Wars" TV show, which means there are plenty of opportunities for Easter eggs, callbacks, and cameos. We're rounding up the best of these smaller details that some viewers might not have noticed.  This article contains spoilers for season two, "Chapter 11." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The rich history of "Star Wars" lore comes to life in "The Mandalorian," where the production design team and cocreators Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau delight in making references back to George Lucas' movies. Every week, Insider will round up some of the best details, callbacks, and cameos that some fans might not have...
    “This is the way.” Since the moment Din Djarin first declared that Mandalorians never remove their helmets, fans have noted that, well, actually we’ve seen plenty of Mandalorians remove their helmets. The record of The Clone Wars and Rebels both showed instances that contridicted the titular Mando. Now, we finally know the reason for this, and the ramifications are the most exciting thing The Mandalorian has done so far — and that includes Baby Yoda. In last week’s episode, “The Heiress,” The Clone Wars and Rebels character Bo-Katan Kryze made her live-action debut by removing her helmet. Din Djarin, aghast, accuses her of stealing Mandalorian armor. In turn, she instantly recognizes Djarin’s behavior as belonging to the ways of the...
    Ming-Na Wen joined "The Mandalorian" for one episode of the Disney Plus series Lucasfilm/Disney Plus Ming-Na Wen joined "The Mandalorian" on season one, episode five as an assassin, Fennec Shand. Still, her character was seemingly killed after one episode.  While speaking about home release of "Mulan" on 4K and Blu-ray, Insider asked Wen if we're ever going to learn what really happened to her "Star Wars" character. "She got shot at close range. So...," Wen told Insider. But we've seen "Star Wars" characters return from worse fates, including Boba Fett.  When pressed a little further, Wen said she wanted fans to start petitioning for the return of her character, using the hashtag #FennecLives. "Sort of like what they...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums The popularity of Minecraft has not stopped growing and is currently one of the most played titles. If you are part of its community, you should know that Mojang Studios prepared a big surprise for you, especially if you are a Star Wars fan. The universes of both franchises were brought together thanks to a new DLC for the game. It is a content package that will not leave any fan of the galactic saga indifferent, as it includes surprises from the original trilogy and The Mandalorian. Subscribe to Disney + – AVAILABLE HERE Minecraft and Star Wars universes joined...
    The plot details for episode four of season two of “The Mandalorian” have hit the web. According to a tweet from Post Cred Pod, the plot of the fourth episode of the second season is, “The Mandalorian rejoins old allies for a new mission.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Two photos were shared from the episode, an they show Cara Dune back in the action. She’s played by the outstanding Gina Carano. #TheMandalorian “Chapter 12: The Siege” Official Synopsis: “The Mandalorian rejoins old allies for a new mission.” pic.twitter.com/6LCwxzvo2O — Post Cred Pod (@PostCredPod) November 16, 2020 Obviously, that’s not a whole lot of information to go off of for the fourth episode of...
    He shouldn’t have eaten her eggs. “Star Wars” fans are fawning over a character on “The Mandalorian” — and it’s not Baby Yoda. Meet Frog Lady, an anthropomorphic amphibian who might’ve replaced “The Child”  as the darling of “Star Wars” social media. The nameless creature debuted in the tenth episode of the space opera’s second season, in which Pedro Pascal’s bounty hunter is charged with transporting her eggs to a new planet to save the species. However, he is almost thwarted after Baby Yoda attempts to gobble up the unborn polliwogs in a scene that sparked outrage among the Star Wars Twitterverse. In the latest installment dropped Friday, Mando helps reunite Frog Lady with her frog husband, and — spoiler...
    President Trump is expected to order troop withdrawals from Afghanistan and Iraq Obama to sit with Stephen Colbert for interview Bryce Dallas Howard confirms fan theory she paid homage to father Ron Howards Apollo 13 in The Mandalorian episode © Chris Jackson/Getty Images Bryce Dallas Howard with father Ron Howard. Chris Jackson/Getty Images Warning: Spoilers ahead for "The Heiress" episode of "The Mandalorian," season two. In the third episode of "The Mandalorian" season two, director Bryce Dallas Howard pays homage to her director father, Ron Howard. At the start of the episode, Mando's dramatic entry into a planet is a shot-for-shot hat tip of the Earth reentry sequence in "Apollo 13." She confirmed the theory on Twitter, replying...
    Bryce Dallas Howard with father Ron Howard. Chris Jackson/Getty Images Warning: Spoilers ahead for "The Heiress" episode of "The Mandalorian," season two. In the third episode of "The Mandalorian" season two, director Bryce Dallas Howard pays homage to her director father, Ron Howard. At the start of the episode, Mando's dramatic entry into a planet is a shot-for-shot hat tip of the Earth reentry sequence in "Apollo 13." She confirmed the theory on Twitter, replying to a fan who shared the two sequences side-by-side: "Nice catch. 100% correct :)." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Bryce Dallas Howard — the director of "The Heiress" episode of "The Mandalorian" — paid tribute to her director father, Ron Howard,...
    Gina Carano played Cara Dune for three episodes in the first season of "The Mandalorian." Disney Media Distribution #FireGinaCarano was trending on Twitter after "The Mandalorian" actress shared anti-mask memes and voter fraud theories on Twitter. Carano, who plays Cara Dune, shared a meme that read: "Democratic government leaders now recommends we all wear blindfolds along with masks so we can't see what's really going." Carano also echoed Donald Trump's baseless accusations of voter fraud following President-elect Joe Biden's win. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Fans of Disney Plus' "The Mandalorian" are campaigning to have Gina Carano removed from the show after the actress shared anti-mask memes and voter fraud theories. Carano recently shared a meme...
    DISNEY+ has been urged to drop Gina Marano from The Mandalorian after a series of controversial Instagram posts. The actress, who plays Cara Dun on the Star Wars series, is no stranger to online scandal, often ruffling feathers on Twitter. 5Credit: DISNEY+ Earlier this year she was accused of mocking the trans community by changing her pronouns in her description to "beep / bop / boop" - although she insisted that she was instead trying to take a swipe at "mob mentality." Now she has sparked fresh complaints with her thoughts on the US election, as well as coronavirus guidance to wear a mask. "We need to clean up the election process so we are not left feeling the way...
    Din Djarin has a clear mission in the second season of The Mandalorian: to bring the boy with “his own kind”, which implies a journey through the known universe and apparently under the control of the Republic. With good sense, the Mandalorian assumes that while it is unlikely that he will run into any of the biological race of the creature, if i can find the jedi they met and they were led for a considerable amount of time by Master Yoda. But after the purge carried out by Darth Vader and Palpatine, the number of force-sensitive warriors dwindled enough that their mere presence was a rarity. So Din Djarin has a journey ahead of him...
    The Frog Lady running to her Frog Husband in "The Mandalorian." Disney Plus Season two of "The Mandalorian" continued with "Chapter 11," bringing the bounty hunter and Baby Yoda to another new planet. Ever since her first appearance in "Chapter 10," fans have been obsessed with the newest character: Frog Lady. Even though she doesn't have a name, that hasn't stopped "Star Wars" fans from falling in love with the sweet mother-to-be and her Frog Husband. See all the best tweets about Frog Lady here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "The Mandalorian" adventures kept apace as season two continued with "Chapter 11" on Friday. At the start of the episode, the bounty hunter successfully helped the...
    “The Mandalorian” actress Gina Carano caught backlash from critics on Twitter after sharing a post critical of Democrats and mask-wearing amid a spike in the coronavirus pandemic. The actress, who is rarely shy about sharing her conservative-leaning beliefs on social media, took to Twitter over the weekend to post a picture of two people who seem like they're purposely putting face masks over their eyes.  “BREAKING NEWS: DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT LEADERS NOW RECOMMENDS [sic] WE ALL WEAR BLINDFOLDS ALONG WITH MASKS SO WE CAN’T SEE WHAT’S REALLY GOING ON,” the meme read.  Although the former MMA fighter didn’t directly comment on the picture herself, her followers immediately voiced their outrage and called on Disney to remove her from the hit Disney+ “Star...
    THE Mandalorian cleared up a major area of confusion for Star Wars fans with its latest episode. The Disney+ series dropped Chapter 11 on Friday and it delved into Din Djarin's (Pedro Pascal) code when it came to his Mandalorian armor. 5Credit: DISNEY+ The leading man ran into trouble after being thrown into a tank with a fearsome sea creature - who had already swallowed Baby Yoda and his protective pod whole. Fortuntaley the pair were rescued by a trio of new Mandalorians, who also offered to give Mando a steer on where he could find a Jedi. Naturally they wanted something to return - namely Mando's help in hijacking a heavily-manned Empire ship. However, one of the most illuminating...
    Thats what we do: These kids, teachers are making school work during COVID. Heres how. Democrats divided: Bidens election win brings end to partys uneasy truce People want Gina Carano fired from The Mandalorian for tweets on election, COVID-19, more © Provided by Blue Corner “The Mandalorian” star Gina Carano finds herself at the center of a social media firestorm, with many fans outraged by her recent views expressed in various tweets about the presidential election, COVID-19, and more. It got to the point that on late Saturday night, #FireGinaCarano was trending on Twitter. Carano, 38, has questioned the results of the presidential election since it took place Nov. 4, echoing President Donald Trump’s baseless claims of voter fraud....
    Warning: This article contains spoilers for The Mandalorian Chapter 11, “The Heiress.” Hide For fans of The Mandalorian who are familiar with Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, Din Djarin’s perception of Mandalorian culture seemed a bit…off. For instance, it seemed kind of extreme that simply taking off your helmet would no longer make you a Mandalorian when two different shows gave us plenty of Mandalorians who spent considerable time without helmets and remained Mandalorian. Hide By introducing more Mandalorians to the picture outside of his original concave (including one incredibly familiar face and voice) in “The Heiress,” The Mandalorian revealed to everyone that, yes, Din’s perception of Mandalorian culture might be a little off. After a...
    For some fans of the Disney+ hit The Mandalorian, the love affair with Baby Yoda is decidedly over. Fans have gone wild for the character since the show's debut last year, fawning over his cute features. But following the last week's episode, Baby Yoda's actions have left some viewers absolutely horrified and furious, with some threatening to burn their merch and accusing Baby Yoda of committing genocide. WARNING: SPOILERS  Star power: Baby Yoda has been a fan favorite in the Star Wars universe since The Mandalorian premiered on Disney+ this year Love affair, over! But some fans no longer find the character cute following last week's episode, Chapter 10: The Passenger In Chapter 10: The Passenger, which premiered on the streaming...
    What makes a Mandalorian a Mandalorian? It’s a question that’s becoming increasingly important on The Mandalorian (shocking, I know), especially as our titular lead (Din Djarin, aka “Mando”) continues in his quest to find other members of his people. Mandalorians who, as we learned in the most recent episode called “The Heiress,” are very different from his own clan. As the episode reveals, Din’s stoic ways and reverence for his armor (to the point of never revealing his face) are not typical of all Mandalorians. Rather, his tribe is a splinter group that adheres to the ways of the “Children of the Watch,” described as a “cult of religious zealots” that sought to reestablish the Way of the Mandalore...
    Din Djarin aka The Mandalorian has been searching for other Mandalorians for the show’s entire second season so far. But in episode 3, he finally finds some. On the small planet of Trask, where he delivered the Frog Lady he saved from Ice Spiders, the Mandalorian met a small squad of Mandalore natives. But while these characters were all new to Din, a few of them are returning faces for many Star Wars fans. Here’s a brief introduction, or reintroduction, to all of the important characters that showed up or got mentioned in The Mandalorian Chapter 11, “The Heiress.” [Ed. note: This post contains spoilers from The Mandalorian season 2 episode 3, as well as Star Wars: Rebels...
    “The Heriess,” the third episode of season 2 of The Mandalorian is jam packed with connections to the past — some of them opening up completely new doors in the franchise. But that lore in Chapter 11 isn’t used to beat the audience over the head. There’s just as much subtlety in this episode as there is action, and it all serves to rekindle one of the great conflicts in Star Wars history. Director Bryce Dallas Howard knocks “The Heiress” out of the park. It’s also the most fun I’ve seen one particular guest star having on screen in years. [Ed. note: What follows includes major spoilers for The Mandalorian season 2, episode 3.] The episode opens with Din Djarin...
    Lightsabers are an iconic visual in Star Wars, and behind every single one of the Jedi weapons, there’s a story or unique meaning. But there is one “light sword” with a stranger and more complicated story than almost any other — and it just so happens that it’s playing a pivotal role in Disney Plus’ The Mandalorian. [Ed. note: this post contains spoilers through The Mandalorian season 2, episode 3.] In season 1, in the final scene of Chapter 8, we see the Imperial security officer Moff Gideon ignite a black-bladed lightsaber. Star Wars expanded universe fans know this well: The weapon’s name is the Darksaber, and before it was in the hands of Gideon, it was one...
    For the past year, Baby Yoda (the breakout star of The Mandalorian) could do no wrong. With the aesthetics of one of Star Wars’ most powerful Jedi in pint-size form, just about everything he did was cute and funny. But the most recent episode had some fans viewing Baby Yoda’s actions with tints of alarm. Hide The main story throughout the episode is that Mando is tasked with transporting Frog Lady from Tatooine to the estuary moon of Trask so that her husband—who was already on the planet—could fertilize her eggs, which she keeps in a container. The tradeoff is that Frog Lady’s husband allegedly knows where other Mandalorians are located. Hide “She needs her eggs fertilized by the equinox...
    “The Mandalorian” is reportedly the most popular show on Disney+. According to a study from JustWatch, the hit “Star Wars” show is the most popular Disney+ production, and it makes up 28% of the overall popularity share. (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by The Mandalorian (@themandalorian) on Oct 28, 2020 at 8:01am PDT Season two of “The Mandalorian” started a couple weeks ago, and it’s already off to a very hot start.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by The Mandalorian (@themandalorian) on Nov 12, 2020 at 8:00am PST Is anyone surprised that “The Mandalorian” is dominating for Disney+?...
    THE Mandalorian fans are convinced a legendary Star Wars Jedi has been frozen and locked up - but will be rescued by Mando. The second season of the Disney+ series is already two episodes in, and fans are beginning to wonder if rumours that Rosario Dawson is playing Ahsoka Tano are true. 6The Mandalorian fans are convinced Ahsoka Tano is being held prisoner in an Imperial prison Credit: Disney Ahsoka appears in animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and fans are desperate for her to make her live action debut. One fan believes Ahsoka has been captured by villain Moff Gideon and is being held in a carbonite block - much like the one Han Solo was...
    THE Mandalorian boss has defended the 'intentionally disturbing' moment Baby Yoda eats an alien's eggs after a huge backlash. The second episode of season two saw Mando (Pedro Pascal) and The Child - aka Baby Yoda - escort the 'Frog Lady' and her harvested eggs to a safer planet. 4Baby Yoda eating the Frog Lady's eggs on The Mandalorian has been defended by a show boss Credit: Disney Plus However, Baby Yoda couldn't resist sneaking over to the portable tank she was carrying the unfertilized eggs in, popping it open, and eating some. Mando had to tell Baby Yoda off on a number of occasions for eating more of the eggs, but the cheeky chap took no notice, much...
    Baby Yoda was naughty in "The Passenger" episode. Disney Plus Warning: Spoilers for "The Mandalorian" season two, episode two "The Passenger," ahead. In the second episode of "The Mandalorian's" second season, The Child eats a few eggs of the Frog Lady, who Mando is helping get to a new planet so she can raise them there. Fans of the show are in an uproar over The Child's actions. In response, Lucasfilm creative arts manager Phil Szostak tweeted Monday that the eggs "are unfertilized, like the chicken eggs many of us enjoy." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Child (aka Baby Yoda) was misbehaving in the latest episode of "The Mandalorian," and many took to social media...
    It was a scandal of galactic proportions. In the latest episode of “The Mandalorian,” the character dubbed “Baby Yoda” caused a Death Star-level commotion among fans when the little green sensation tried to eat the eggs of a new alien character, reports Entertainment Weekly. Baby Yoda, whose real name is The Child, is tasked with shuttling a character and her eggs to a new planet before they die. However, several times during the episode, Baby Yoda is caught either trying to steal or eating one of the eggs. This attempt at a running gag drew the ire of many fans who saw this as vilifying Baby Yoda. “I’m a mom. It’s not funny at all to hear mama frog...
    It was a scandal of galactic proportions. In the latest episode of “The Mandalorian,” the character dubbed “Baby Yoda” caused a Death Star-level commotion among fans when the little green sensation tried to eat the eggs of a new alien character, reports Entertainment Weekly. Baby Yoda, whose real name is The Child, is tasked with shuttling a character and her eggs to a new planet before they die. However, several times during the episode, Baby Yoda is caught either trying to steal or eating one of the eggs. This attempt at a running gag drew the ire of many fans who saw this as vilifying Baby Yoda. “I’m a mom. It’s not funny at all to hear mama frog lady...
    THE Mandalorian fans have been left horrified after Baby Yoda ate Frog Lady's eggs - but one theory could explain why he did it. The second episode of season two saw Mando (Pedro Pascal) and The Child - aka Baby Yoda - escort the 'Frog Lady' and her harvested eggs to a safer planet. 4Baby Yoda left The Mandalorian fans horrified in episode two as he ate the Frog Lady's eggs Credit: Disney Plus However, Baby Yoda couldn't resist sneaking over to the portable tank she was carrying the unfertilized eggs in, popping it open, and eating some. Mando had to tell Baby Yoda off on a number of occasions for eating more of the eggs, but the...
    Funko has announced its latest figurine based on The Mandalorian, commemorating our protagonist’s latest seemingly simple job. If you haven’t watched the second episode of the show’s second season, then it looks like an innocent-enough model. Everyone’s favorite Baby Yoda* is excited at the prospect of helping a frog-like alien transport her eggs across the galaxy for fertilization. Cute, right? Caution, spoilers follow Except for the fact that Baby Yoda is less interested in transporting these eggs as he is in eating them raw. Now d on’t get me wrong: I love myself a poached egg or two, but I like to think I’d hold off on chowing down if their mother desperately needed said eggs to ensure the survival...
    The Child in "Chapter 10" of "The Mandalorian." Disney Plus Warning: Spoilers ahead for "The Mandalorian" season two, "Chapter 10." Fans were emotional over the way the Child (AKA Baby Yoda) ran into the Mandalorian's arms after he was nearly killed.  But then more memes cropped up when the Child nearly committed genocide as he ate the Frog Lady's eggs. Insider rounded up the best tweets and memes shared by fans over the weekend.  The second season of "The Mandalorian" continued on Friday with "Chapter 10," a nightmarish episode that included the near-death of the Child (also known as Baby Yoda) and a horde of ice-spiders.  As always, we're here to bring you the best Twitter reactions...
    In Star Wars, good and evil are usually pretty clear-cut. The heroic Rebel Alliance are the good guys, the Galactic Empire with its legion of Stormtroopers, are the bad guys. Likewise, for the Jedi and Sith. For most of the movies, none of this is really designed to be subtle. (Pro tip: anyone who builds a spaceship called “The Death Star” is probably not a good guy.) In The Mandalorian, things are a little grayer. Part of that is because our hero — a bounty hunter who already lives and works in some morally questionable areas — is a little less clean-cut than the almost painfully earnest Luke Skywalker or Rey of films past. But part of that is...
    Plot details and photos from the upcoming episode of “The Mandalorian” have hit the web. The plot of third episode of season two, according to Post Cred Pod, is, “The Mandalorian braves high seas and meets unexpected allies.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) You can see two photos from the episode in the tweet below. Official plot synopsis for Chapter 11 of #TheMandalorian “The Mandalorian braves high seas and meets unexpected allies.” ???? pic.twitter.com/B3T7NASSOp — Post Cred Pod (@PostCredPod) November 9, 2020 According to BroBible, the upcoming episode will also introduce the audience to a character named Sabine Wren, who is played by Sasha Banks. I’m going to go out on a limb and...
    THE Mandalorian fans have spotted a terrifying crossover with Star Wars' The Empire Strikes Back after the 'scariest episode yet'. The second episode of season two saw Mando (Pedro Pascal) and The Child - aka Baby Yoda - escort the 'Frog Lady' and her harvested eggs to a safer planet. 5The Mandalorian fans have spotted a horrifying link with The Empire Strikes Back in the second episode of season two Credit: Disney However, they ended up crash landing on a frozen planet where Baby Yoda's growing appetite saw him munch on some spiders eggs. He soon regretted his actions though, as hundreds of spiders descended on the trio and attacked their spaceship, before being joined by a mammoth,...
    Warning: This article contains spoilers. Hide The flexibility that comes with The Mandalorian fully embracing the best of what science fiction and westerns have to offer gives the show the room to tell a wide berth of stories. But the latest show also showed how it can tap into horror to give us an episode with a creature that hits a little too close to home. Hide If you thought actual Earth spiders were bad, wait until you meet Star Wars spiders. Or, if you’re arachnophobic, wait until you have a clear chance to skip this part of the episode because while I usually don’t have issues, these spiders creeped me the hell out.  Granted, it’s not the first time...
    DISNEY+ is reportedly kicking off a Star Wars' Boba Fett miniseries next week after the character's epic debut on The Mandalorian. Star Wars' most famous bounty hunter returned from the dead during the season two premiere of The Mandalorian. 3Boba Fett returned to The MandalorianCredit: Disney And reports are suggesting Lucasfilm is now aiming to start filming the rumoured series in mid-November. According to trade news site Deadline, season three of the hit Star Wars show could be delayed as a "Boba Fett miniseries, would film first, starting next week, with The Mandalorian season three following a monthlong break". This comes after Boba Fett made his first appearance after his apparent-death in Return of the Jedi....
    After an explosive first episode, the second season of Star Wars spinoff series, The Mandalorian, goes a bit quieter in the new episode, which is also Chapter 10 of the series. While there is quite quite a bit of action, and Baby Yoda gets to do more this time, compared to being just a spectator in the premiere episode – Chapter 10 actually feels like a bottle episode, a lull before a storm that still remains to come. The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere Review: Mando and Baby Yoda Return for Another Kickass Inter-Galactic Adventure Filled With Star Wars Eggs and Giant Monsters! Guaranteed that some of the show’s fans would be disappointed with lack of major happenings, though Chapter 10...
    SEASON two of the Mandalorian has viewers hooked - but some eager Star Wars fans are looking even further ahead. Many want to know when they can expect to see season 3 coming to their screens. 4Jon Favreau has hinted that he wants to start filming Season 3 before the end of the yearCredit: Lucas Films When will production start on Mandalorian season 3? Producer Jon Favreau has hinted that he wants to start filming Season 3 before the end of the year. Unlike other shows, the series should not be too badly affected by restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Favreau said: "We’re operating under the assumption that we’ll be able to go forward," “We’re in very...
    STAR Wars fans cannot stop talking about the new season of The Mandalorian, which has so far been jam packed with action. The first two episodes of the series have already been released, surprising viewers with a surprise cameo and countless Star Wars references. 4New episodes of The Mandalorian will release on FridaysCredit: AP:Associated Press What time do new episodes of The Mandalorian come out? For UK viewers, new episodes of The Mandalorian will release bright and early on Disney+ at 8:00 AM GMT on Fridays. In the US, episodes will release at midnight PT and 3:00 AM ET. The release schedule is as follows: The Mandalorian S2E1 (The Marshal): Friday 30th October The Mandalorian S2E2 (The Confrontation): Friday 6th...
    THE Mandalorian fans have clashed as some claim the mysterious new arrival ISN'T Boba Fett after spotting a suspicious clue. The first episode of the second season ended with a mysterious cloaked figure watching Mando zoom across the desert after killing the Krayt Dragon. 6The Mandalorian has left fans debating whether it was Boba Fett who appeared at the end of the first episode in season twoCredit: Kobal Collection - Rex Features When he turned around, actor Temuera Morrison was revealed, with many fans immediately assuming his was back as Boba Fett. Temuera first appeared in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones as Jango Fett, a bounty hunter who cloned himself to make Boba Fett, a...
    Actor Pedro Pascal says he re-lived his childhood while essaying his character in popular series, The Mandalorian. Set five years after the events of 1983 “Star Wars” classic, “Return Of The Jedi” and the fall of the Empire, “The Mandalorian” stars Pascal as the titular bounty hunter, along with Gina Carano as Cara Dune, and Carl Weathers as the shifty Greef Carga. The Mandalorian Season 2 Premiere Review: Mando and Baby Yoda Return for Another Kickass Inter-Galactic Adventure Filled With Star Wars Eggs and Giant Monsters! For Pascal, wearing the iconic helmet of his character was a very special moment,  “You can’t see very well through the helmet, but I got a pretty clear impression the first time I...
    Photos are out from the upcoming episode of “The Mandalorian.” The Twitter account @CultureCrave tweeted out several photos from episode two of season two, and wrote that the plot description is, “The Mandalorian must ferry a passenger with precious cargo on a risky journey.” (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) Obviously, that’s not a lot to go off of, but it still sounds very interesting. You can check out the photos below. #TheMandalorian S2 E2 description “The Mandalorian must ferry a passenger with precious cargo on a risky journey” (via @SYFY) pic.twitter.com/oIPYXI6wsn — Culture Crave ???? (@CultureCrave) November 3, 2020 For those of you who haven’t seen the start of season two yet, you need to jump...
    THE first episode of The Mandalorian season two delivered plenty of action and a big surprise at the end. As Mando sped across the desert having successfully killed the Krayt Dragon, a cloaked figure watched from a vantage point before turning around, revealing actor Temuera Morrison. 7The Mandalorian's first season two episode heavily hinted Boba Fett escaped the Sarlacc pit Credit: Kobal Collection - Shutterstock Temuera first appeared in Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones as Jango Fett, a bounty hunter who cloned himself to make Boba Fett. Boba Fett appeared in the original Star Wars trilogy, and famously fell into the Sarlacc pit in Return of the Jedi, meeting a seemingly gruesome death. But...
    New photos from "The Mandalorian" season two. Disney Plus "The Mandalorian" is the first live-action "Star Wars" TV show, which means there are plenty of opportunities for Easter eggs, callbacks, and cameos. We're rounding up the best of these smaller details that some viewers might not have noticed.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The rich history of "Star Wars" lore comes to life in "The Mandalorian," where the production design team and cocreators Dave Filoni and Jon Favreau delight in making references back to George Lucas' movies. Every week, Insider will round up some of the best details, callbacks, and cameos that some fans might not have picked up on the first time around. Let's dive...
    THE Mandalorian has returned on Disney+ for a second season with Mando and The Child travelling all over the Galaxy. With plenty new faces - and some old ones - Star Wars fans have a lot to sink their teeth into, but where exactly does the events of the series fall into the wider Star Wars timeline? 5The Mandalorian is back on Disney+ with season two Credit: AP:Associated Press The franchise all began with the 1977 film Star Wars: A New Hope, and was followed by The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983). The final film in the original trilogy saw the fall of the Empire and the Rebels finally achieve victory, and The...
    The Child in the season two premiere of "The Mandalorian," titled "Chapter Nine." Disney Plus "The Mandalorian" returned with its season two premiere on Friday.  Fans were once again enamored with the Child, best known as "Baby Yoda." (Even though he's not literally Yoda.) Insider rounded up the best tweets and memes shared by fans over the weekend.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Disney Plus' live-action "Star Wars" series "The Mandalorian" returned on Friday with the second season premiere. Fans were delighted to see more adventures from the eponymous bounty hunter and his small companion "Baby Yoda" (known in the show as the Child). Over the weekend, people shared many jokes and memes about the Child...
    THE Mandalorian fans were thrilled when one of the biggest Star Wars legends finally made their debut for the new series - but did you spot him? Disney Plus' return of the much-loved American streaming television series hit our screens last Friday and certainly didn't disappoint. 4The Mandalorian returned to our screens last Friday with an epic first episodeCredit: Disney The first episode followed Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) on a mission to help find Baby Yoda's family with the help of At the end of the 46 minutes worth of action packed return, actor Temuera Morrison appears walking into the sunset and fans think it's a sign of the return of bounty hunter Boba Fett. Despite it all...
    Timothy Olyphant stole the show in the first episode of the second season of “The Mandalorian.” When word broke that the legendary “Justified” star would appear in season two of the hit “Star Wars” show, I was immediately juiced. (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) After all, we’re talking about the man who made Raylan Givens one of the greatest characters ever put on our screens. Well, after crushing the first episode, Olyphant was without a doubt the best part of the start of season two. While I won’t ruin or spoil anything for anyone, his character Cobb Vanth is more or less just the Raylan Givens of the “Star Wars,” universe and I’m here for it....
    Disney Plus launched last year with most of Disney’s back catalog, but the platform hasn’t reached maximum capacity just yet. In addition to original content like the upcoming episodes of Marvel’s Hero Project, there’s a whole host of movies and shows wrapped up under other streaming services and licenses. Each month, a few new titles will trickle onto Disney Plus. November brings new episodes of The Mandalorian — along with the Lego Star Wars Holiday Special. Mickey Mouse celebrates his birthday this month (sidebar: he’s a Scorpio apparently?!) with some new animated shorts. Also coming to the platform is an adaptation of Black Beauty, which doesn’t really sound like Black Beauty so much as it sounds like a new horse...
    Cosplayer, streamer and model Liz Katz returned to Instagram on Saturday, October 31 with an adorable snapshot featuring herself and her baby in full-on Halloween mode. In the photo update, the 32-year-old wore leggings and a top that accentuated her curves, while completing the look with the helmet worn by the titular character from the Star Wars-inspired Disney-Plus series The Mandalorian. Much to the delight of her 1.3 million followers, Katz’s little girl — who is known to the public as “Babylirious” in honor of her father, YouTuber H2O Delirious — was also on-theme in the shot, as she had been dressed in her own, infant-sized “Baby Yoda” costume. Meanwhile, Katz captioned the photo with the phrase, “This is the...
    A power companys electrical equipment started one of the most destructive fires in California history Inspire Brands, parent company of Arbys and Sonic, to purchase Dunkin Brands for $11.3 billion I Can't Believe This Social Security Bonus Was So Easy Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © TheWrap From the "Today" show to "Good Morning America," morning TV hosts got in the Halloween spirit with a collection of fun and funky costumes on Friday ranging from "Tiger King" to "The Mandalorian" and more. Take a look below.
    In the closing minutes of The Mandalorian season 2, episode 1, “The Marshal,” a mysterious new character appears with his back facing camera, watching our main character speed across the desert of Tatooine. But because The Mandalorian loves its mysterious, we don’t exactly know who this person is. Thankfully, he turned around to show us his face, and the actor playing this character gives us a few clues as to who it might be — and it seems like someone fans are already familiar with. [Ed. Note: this post contains spoilers for The Mandalorian season 2, episode 1.] If you’re a long time Star Wars fan, you recognize the actor watching Din Djarin from the cliff. Yes, it’s really...
    Melanie McFarland October 30, 2020 11:00PM (UTC) Tusken Raiders first appear in the "Star Wars" universe as criminals, ambushing Luke Skywalker in "A New Hope," knocking him unconscious and starting to strip his land speeder for parts until Obi-Wan Kenobi scares them away. Luke's wise and noble Jedi mentor advises him about the brutality of the Tatooine desert nomads known as Sand People, and whisks him off to safety. In "Attack of the Clones," Luke's father Anakin begins his transition from Jedi to Sith by slaughtering a village of Tuskens where his captive mother Shmi dies in his arms. Blinded by his rage, Anakin later tells his love Padme that he slew all the villagers  – men, the women and...
    The second season of the big Disney+ hit "The Mandalorian" has finally arrived, and fans can't wait to binge the latest foray into the Star Wars universe created by George Lucas.When we left off, actor Pedro Pascal's character, aka the Mandalorian, was tasked with getting Baby Yoda back to its home. The show is also hinting at several fan favorite characters showing up along the way.Season two begins "very directly" after the first, in the words of series creator Jon Favreau, who is also promising a "larger story" with more new characters.VIDEOS: 'The Mandalorian' season 2 trailer, look back at season 1EMBED More News Videos VIDEOS: 'The Mandalorian' season 2 trailer, look back at season 1 (1 of 8) ...
    Pedro Pascal, star of the Star Wars series The Mandalorian, urged his 486 thousand Twitter followers to “vote against family separations” in the 2020 elections. Pascal, who is known for his starring roles on HBO’s Game of Thrones, Netflix’s Narcos, and stars in Wonder Women 1984, urged his followers to vote, tweeting, “#Vote2020 against family separations.” He added the hash tag, “#MakeAmericaHumanAgain.” #Vote2020 against family separations. #MakeAmericaHumanAgain #ThisIsTheWay pic.twitter.com/WePLwsIcMk — Pedro Pascal he/him (@PedroPascal1) October 28, 2020 Pascal did not mention in his tweet the fact that the Obama-Biden administration built the fences, often referred to as “cages,” at U.S. border facilities that were used to detain adults and separate them from child apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border. As Breitbart News’ John Binder notes: In 2014, Breitbart Texas broke...
    If you’re looking for some of the wider implications of The Mandalorian’s first season in the new premiere, now streaming on Disney Plus, you’ll probably be disappointed. You’re not going to learn anything about the “darksaber” wielded by Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) or any more about Din Djarin, the eponymous Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) than you already do. His goal this season is straightforward: bring The Child (“Baby Yoda” to everyone online) to its people. And in order to find The Child’s home, Djarin needs to find other Mandalorians. Which is to say that The Mandalorian’s second season begins similarly to its first: a masked man comes to town, searching for someone. Instead of his quarry, he finds trouble, which...
    When The Mandalorian premiered last November on Disney+, it instantly rejuvenated the Star Wars franchise, which at that point was contending with continuing criticism of the reinvention-oriented The Last Jedi, and on the precipice of inciting significant fan backlash over the underwhelming The Rise of Skywalker. A modestly-scaled affair that substituted operatic save-the-world spectacle for lean samurai-Western action—think an intergalactic version of Akira Kurosawa’s Yojimbo or Sergio Leone’s “Man with No Name” trilogy—the eight-episode series was all the more engaging for stripping down its stakes in service of lone-warrior adventure. As envisioned by Jon Favreau, it was an endeavor less interested in the Force and the fate of the galaxy than the plight of a solitary mercenary on a journey...
    Warning: This article contains spoilers. Hide It’s been over 10 months since Disney+ debuted a new episode of The Mandalorian, the streaming service’s runaway hit that became a surprise Emmy contender—and the lone bright spot in the Star Wars universe after The Rise of Skywalker turned out to be even more polarizing than its predecessor. Expectations for the new season have been higher than ever. The Mandalorian’s season 2 premiere does not disappoint as it indulges in both the best and the worst of its own tendencies, including the return of a character we’ve spent decades believing was dead. Hide But, no matter how much lore, connective tissue to the original trilogy and canonical tie-in novels, or outright cool visuals...
    Voting 2020 live updates: Long lines plague New York; Election Day forecast shows good weather across US; Zeta impacts Georgia polls ‘Everybody Knows Joe’: I Ate at Biden’s Favorite Hometown Restaurants Disney is missing a huge opportunity to make The Mandalorian a major event by releasing it when many people are asleep © Francois Duhamel/Lucasfilm Ltd. "The Mandalorian" is finally back, but you're probably not waking up to watch it right when it's available in the US. Francois Duhamel/Lucasfilm Ltd. "The Mandalorian" returns to Disney Plus Friday. New episodes launch weekly on the streaming service at 3 a.m. ET. Disney is missing an opportunity to make season two of "The Mandalorian" event TV by releasing it while most...
    DISNEY+ dropped the first episode of The Mandalorian season two today - meaning fans can finally get their fix of 'Baby Yoda'. The adorable green creature, whose real name is The Child, stole the show when the first season aired on the streaming service. 7The Child - aka Baby Yoda - became the standout hit of The Mandalorian in season oneCredit: Disney Season two sees Mando (Pedro Pascal) try to reunite Baby Yoda with his tribe, and there'll no doubt be plenty of cute moments between the unlikely duo as they travel across the galaxy. With this in mind, lets look back at some of Baby Yoda's most legendary moments so far. DRINKING HIS SOUP 7Baby Yoda slurping...
    "The Mandalorian" is finally back, but you're probably not waking up to watch it right when it's available in the US. Francois Duhamel/Lucasfilm Ltd. "The Mandalorian" returns to Disney Plus Friday. New episodes launch weekly on the streaming service at 3 a.m. ET. Disney is missing an opportunity to make season two of "The Mandalorian" event TV by releasing it while most of the US is sleeping. As Disney restructures its company to focus on streaming, the company should prioritize the release time of its most popular original show, not dump it at 3 a.m. ET. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "The Mandalorian" returns to Disney Plus for its second season Friday and the return of...
    "The Mandalorian" is nominated for several Emmy awards this year. Disney/Lucasfilm Andrew L. Jones, the recently Emmy-winning production designer of "The Mandalorian," has kept up the "Star Wars" tradition of using real-world objects for props. He even reproduced a specific compressor machine that was used in the very first "Star Wars" movie inside Docking Bay 94, where the Millennium Falcon was first seen.  Insider spoke with Jones about this prop, and what finishing season two has been like in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Production designer Andrew L. Jones tackled the unique challenge of bringing the rich world of "Star Wars" to a live-action TV show setting for the very...
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    The first season of “The Mandalorian” was a huge success for Disney Star Wars. Overall as a season, the series received an overall 93% on Rotten Tomatoes on both the audience score and amongst critics. Here are five key things you need to know before venturing back to a galaxy far, far away.‘Baby Yoda’ is not really ‘Baby Yoda’, at least not so far. While there is a strong resemblance to the legendary jedi master Yoda, we haven’t been told just yet who or where the character came from. Right now, we only know this little green pointy-eared creature as “The Child.” We don’t even know what its species is. but we do know that this ‘baby’ is really 50...
    THE second series of The Mandalorian, a Star Wars spin-off series, has dropped on Disney+. After the first series arrived in March 2020, fans are pleased to see a second installment so soon. 3 The new series of The Mandalorian has arrived on Disney+ Credit: Reuters When is Star Wars: The Mandalorian released? Star Wars: The Mandalorian first launched on Disney + in the UK in March 2020. Now the second series is available to stream, as of October 30, 2020. Jon Favreau, who has worked on the remakes of The Lion King and The Jungle Book, is behind the mini-series. He has joined forces with a number of prominent people Taika Waititi, Deborah Chow and Bryce Dallas Howard to put...
    (CNN)If "Baby Yoda" (a.k.a. "The Child") was the big surprise when "The Mandalorian" made its debut a year ago, the second season arrives amid sky-high expectations that seemed difficult to fulfill. Yet the Disney+ series managed to deliver on them with its premiere, which featured numerous creatures and aliens looping back into the mythology of the original trilogy, and yes, another flourish designed to set the Internet ablaze.One of the most impressive aspects of the first season involved the show's ability to tap into "Star Wars" nostalgia while charting its own creative path. Another hinged on executive producers Jon Favreau (who wrote and directed the premiere) and Dave Filoni possessing an innate feel for the way those early films mixed...