As we eagerly await the second season, Disney has brought a brand new Mandalorian documentary trailer for a behind-the-scenes look at the eight-part series.
It’s a great feeling for all the Star Wars fans (like me) who got a bit obsessed with the first season. This new Disney Galley show is also exciting for us Baby Yoda fans too, as we will explore further about the character. We can probably expect a lot of screen time dedicated exclusively to Baby Yoda’s character.
What’s Included in New Mandalorian Documentary Trailer?
The new Mandalorian documentary trailer brings exciting glimpses of different aspects of the show. We will likely see a lot of behind-the-scenes filming clips with never before seen recordings.
In the trailer, we also see roundtable discussions between the cast and the directors of the show.
Jon Favreau, one of the story creators, seems to lead many of the discussions around the important aspects of the show, how they shot scenes, secrets of the show, etc. We also get to see and hear from Bryce Dallas Howard and Taika Waititi as well.
From Disney Gallery’s Mandalorian docu-sereies, they also appear to discuss the use of special filming and CGI techniques to record certain scenes, as most genre movies do.
Who Is Behind the Mandalorian Documentary Trailer?
You almost definitely know him already. Many first saw him as Happy Hogan, the fictional character from the Iron Man Marvel movies. In reality, he’s much more than that in Hollywood.
Jon Favreau is the brains behind the live-action Disney films, The Lion King and Jungle Book. He’s revolutionized some concepts and practices in the art of live-action photo-realistic films and TV shows, such as the first Star Wars live-action show, The Mandalorian.
Alongside with Jon Favreau, we’ll get to see Dave Filoni, Deborah Chow and other cast and crew discussing how they brought this show to life. They will discuss the challenges they faced behind the scenes, along with an in-depth look at the technology they had, and how the actors, props, and, of course, The Child (Baby Yoda), worked on set in the novel environment.
What Does It Mean for Star Wars Fans?
With the release of the new Mandalorian documentary trailer, Star Wars fans are both happy and excited, as well as super eager (speaking for myself, at least).
Of course, like many studios, Disney has currently halted production for all shows and movies for the time being. This includes Disney’s upcoming Marvel TV show series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which is slated to be released on Disney+.
To tackle this problem, Disney decided to go behind the scenes on the debut series to keep everybody engaged from a different angle or two.
Naturally, with everything going on, we may not be able to watch the second season of The Mandalorian by the original release date of October (fingers crossed!). That said, we still have something to cheer ourselves and bring back some old memories of the wonderful debut season.
When Will “Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian” Documentary Trailer Release?
As expected, Disney will start premiering the show from May 4th, which is Star Wars Day. It’s also…drumroll please…my birthday! So I’m extra excited. 🙂
Disney Plus will release one new episode each and every week until the documentary series concludes. Some exciting days for Star Wars fans are about to begin, and we won’t want to miss a single episode. I know I won’t.
If you’re a Star Wars, Mandalorian, or Baby Yoda fan, you already know what the next thing on your watchlist is! Check out the trailer below. (Note: On some web browsers, you might need to scroll down a little.)
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