The Mandalorian Wraps Production on Season 2

The Mandalorian Wraps Production on Season 2

Disney+ subscribers are now one step closer to learning what Din Djarin and Baby Yoda will get up to in The Mandalorian’s second season. Both Gina Carano and cinematographer Baz Idoine took to Instagram this weekend to announce that production on the series’ next round of episodes has come to an end. You can check out both of their posts below.

 

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That’s a wrap on season 2.. I absolutely love this work and the people in it. #storytelling #themandalorian

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That’s a wrap on season 2!

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Idoine’s post also notably confirms that Dave Filoni will return to direct at least one of the new episodes. Filone previously made his live-action directorial debut with the inaugural season’s first and fifth chapters. The Mandalorian showrunner Jon Favreau and co-star Carl Weathers also stepped behind the camera for season 2. Last month, it was rumored that Logan director James Mangold and Robert Rodriguez would also helm their own episodes. However, Mangold himself debunked these reports.

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Star Wars fans have a lot to look forward to when The Mandalorian comes back this fall. Several cast members have teased that Baby Yoda’s real name will finally be revealed. Additionally, it sounds like we can expect a rematch between Pedro Pascal’s bounty hunter and Giancarlo Esposito’s Moff Gideon. Esposito recently shared that his character will have an expanded role in the upcoming season. Plus, viewers may learn how he obtained the Darksaber, a weapon that first appeared on Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

The Mandalorian’s second season will premiere on Disney+ this October.

Are you more excited for the series to return now that filming has wrapped? Tell us what you think in the comment section below!

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