Director Carl Weathers on a possible Snoke reveal

Disney + subscribers can enjoy Chapter 13 of The Mandalorian today. In an interview with Carl Weathers there were some details about last week's episode. Carl Weathers can be seen in the series as Greef Karga and was allowed to direct the twelfth chapter. Several things were hinted at in the episode that fans are currently wildly speculating about. If you spoiler you should only read our latest news after chapter 12.

As the episode progresses, viewers are given a glimpse into a container that followers say could contain an early version of Supreme Leader Snoke. However, Carl Weathers did not answer the question of whether this was really Snoke. Instead, fans should look for clues in the conversations to find out more about the situation. The director also said a few words about Moff Gideon.

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Here, too, fans are currently speculating that Gideon is working on an army full of Dark Troopers. As in the case of Snoke, Carl Weathers refused to give too much away. However, he made it clear that Moff Gideon has an evil plan with his dangerous creations. In one scene in particular, the impression is given that Gideon has an endless army. We may find out more in the next few episodes. The Mandalorian can currently be seen exclusively on Disney +. A third season has already been confirmed by the creators.

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