This is the way. The first trailer for the highly anticipated season two of The Mandalorian just dropped and as expected, it looks incredible.
Our favourite bounty hunter is back alongside the beloved Child (a.k.a. Baby Yoda), Carl Weathers’ boss Greef Karga, Gina Carano’s ex-soldier Cara Dune and Giancarlo Esposito as Moff Gideon.
New to the cast includes Michael Biehn as a bounty hunter from the Mandalorian’s past, and Katee Sackhoff as warrior Bo-Katan Kryze (a role she has played before in animated shows Rebels and Clone Wars).
Watch the trailer here:
Returning to our screens via Disney+ from 30th October, season two will rejoin the Mandalorian directly after the events of the first season as he searches for the truth about the mysterious Child.
On his journey Mando will have face off against the villainous Moff Gideon, an ex-Imperial officer who is looking for the bounty for his own nefarious purposes.
Whilst other plot details are currently kept under wraps, we do know that the show will see the return of Boba Fett, to be played by Temuera Morrison, and it has been reported that we can expect Rosario Dawson to join the cast as a live-action Ahsoka Tano.
The trailer gives nothing away as Lucasfilm are holding their cards close to their chest, but it does have plenty of the one thing we all want – as Werner Herzog’s The Client said in season one, ‘I would like to see the baby’.
We are also taken deeper into the hive of scum and villainy, see Mando heading towards a currently unknown planet, and the Armourer tells the bounty hunter that The Child must ‘reunite’ with its own kind.
The Jedi are also referenced, and we get to see Mando continue to be Baby Yoda’s determined protector saying ‘wherever he goes, I go’.
The short trailer ends with an awesome scene which sees The Child hide in his pod turning the screen to black, but we can still hear the fight surrounding the precious bounty as the Mando kicks some serious space ass!
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