The Child, aka “Baby Yoda,” is back for season 2 of The Mandalorian on Disney+.
Disney has given us a first look of what’s to come in season 2 of “The Mandalorian” which is undeniably the streaming service’s biggest hit. The two-minute trailer follows the Mandalorian and the child as they embark on an adventure of epic proportions in hopes of finding the child’s race. Things don’t seem as smooth in their excursion as they run into enemies and villains alike on their journey.
The new season of The Mandalorian premiers on October 30.
Gabriel Dishaw gives us a look at what he’s been crafting, adding a touch of luxury to some of the biggest items and merchandise in pop culture.
The Indianapolis-based upcycle artist repurposes Star Wars helmets and other pieces by adding Louis Vuitton Monogram canvas to them. Such items involved in the creative process include helmets of Captain Phasma, the Mandalorian, the Armorer and the one and only Darth Vader. Other items included in this series is R2-D2 and the AT-AT which both feature canvas made from vintage Louis Vuitton luggage as well as reused wires and metal hardware.
The Skywalker family have pretty much been the focal point of the majority of the Star Wars films in some way or another. It seems that the latest film, Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker concluded the iconic Skywalker Saga which left many fans wondering what’s after that.
Disney and LucasFilm have now given us a glimpse of what’s after which, ironically, takes place hundreds of years before the Skywalker Saga in Star Wars: The High Republic. The High Republic is set 200 years before the first prequel film The Phantom Menace, and focuses on how the Jedi Order is in control of the Galactic Empire, ushering in peace and justice.
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