Star Wars: The Mandalorian – Second trailer with lots of action scenes

The video has a few scenes that weren't shown in the first trailer of the second season. Especially the action sequences are by no means neglected this time. So you see the Mandalorian not only fighting a larger group of adversaries, but also when flying with his jetpack over a huge canyon. Of course, Baby Yoda will also be there again. After all, it's the Mandalorian's job to get the little guy home – wherever that may be.

Season 2 of The Mandaloirian will kick off on October 30, 2020 on the Disney + streaming service. The actor Pedro Pascal can be seen again in the main role. Carl Weathers (as Greef Karga) and Gina Carano (as Cara Dune) are also returning. Battlestar Galactica actress Katee Sackhoff as the Mandalorian warrior Bo-Katan Kryze and Deadwood star Timothy Olyphant, who is rumored to be the bounty hunter Cad Bane, are new to the show. In addition to the series creator Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, Bryce Dallas Howard and Rick Famuyiwa also worked as directors for the individual episodes. Incidentally, these should appear on a weekly basis, so that the second season will drag on until December 18th.

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By the way, filming for the second season of The Mandalorian was completed before the outbreak of the corona pandemic, so there were no delays in this regard. Meanwhile, Disney has given the green light for a third season, for which the preparations are already in full swing. With the help of special plans, this production should not be greatly affected by the corona pandemic. Among other things, the crew on site should always be limited to a minimum and a lot of work should be outsourced.

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