The Mandalorian drops new teaser for season 2; looks of Tatooine, Baby Yoda unveiled
The Mandalorian season 2 premieres 30 October on Disney+
The Mandalorian has released a new teaser video for season 2 which showcases Mando escaping a firefight using a jetpack. The 30-second-clip also gives new looks at Tatooine and Baby Yoda.
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The makers of the show tweeted the new clip alongside the caption, "The countdown begins. Start streaming the new season of #TheMandalorian Oct. 30 on #DisneyPlus."
According to a report by Entertainment Weekly, the 30-second clip contains a mix of season 1 content, a few footage from previously released season 2 trailer, and a few fresh snippets as well.
The new season will see Pedro Pascal reprise his role of a lone bounty hunter as he and his Yoda-like companion, the Child continue on their journey, seeking the latter's 'own land' while trying to keep a step ahead of the villainous Moff Gideon (essayed by Giancarlo Esposito). The season two of the show wrapped filming at the beginning of March before the COVID-19 induced lockdown came into effect.
The Mandalorian season 2 launches 30 October on Disney+ and has been created by Jon Favreau and executive producer and director Dave Filoni.
According to a report in Radio Times, the release date was confirmed by Disney+ on 2 September and is expected to US and UK fans. The show will follow a weekly release schedule.
The Mandalorian premiered on Disney+ last November and became a massive hit landing 15 Emmy Award nominations, including Best Drama.
Season 1 characters, including Cara Dune (Gina Carano), Greef Karga (Carl Winters), and the Mythrol (Horatio Sanz) will all be reprising their roles for the new season.
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