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'The Mandalorian' release schedule on Disney+ gets leaked

There are two things we knew about Disney's upcoming streaming service: it'll be launching on November 12, and the media giant wants to bring its online content back to a weekly release schedule. A new report from fan site What's On Disney Plus got their hands on the release schedule for the upcoming Star Wars series, The Mandalorian. The story follows a lone Mandalorian gunfighter/bounty hunter played by Pedro Pascal.

The first episode is expected to drop during the service's launch day, November 12, while episode 2 is scheduled to arrive on November 15. Afterwards, the remaining six episodes will be released on a weekly installment: November 22, November 29, December 6, December 13, December 18, and December 27. Disney has yet to respond to this leaked schedule.


Deborah Chow will direct Disney+'s Obi-Wan Kenobi show

Ewan McGregor will reprise his iconic role as Obi-Wan Kenobi (Lucasfilm)

While the Obi-Wan show on Disney+ still doesn't have an official name or release date, we know now who will be directing the series. Lucasfilm announced that Deborah Chow would be its director. Chow is no stranger to the Star Wars universe. She directed a couple of The Mandalorian episodes, which is another Disney+ show but one that's in post-production with a second season already in the pipeline. Chow has also done episodes for Marvel's Jessica Jones and Iron Fist as well as Amazon Prime's The Man in the High Castle 

Source: Engadget 


Here's your first look at 'The Mandalorian'

If you weren't at the Star Wars Celebration, then you wouldn't have seen this trailer. But now, Disney and Lucasfilm just released to the public the first trailer for Jon Favreau's Star Wars series: The Mandalorian. There aren't many words exchanged in the trailer, but we see a lot of fighting spaceships, battling droids, and grittier action than we usually see in a traditional Star Wars film. The feel of the trailer is in line with Favreau's goal to bring a "darker, freakier side of Star Wars" to the public.

Boba Fett and his father, Jango, inspire this series. Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones) steps in as the new Mandalorian. The story helps fill in the gap between Return of the Jedi and right after the fall of the Empire and the rise of the First Order. It answers questions of what happened on Tatooine during the time between the trilogies. The Mandalorian is going to be the first Star Wars live-action TV series, and one of the main pulls to get people to subscribe to Disney+.

Source: The Verge


Jon Favreau says he’s working on ‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2


While the Star Wars show The Mandalorian isn’t debuting on Disney+’s streaming service until November 12th, the show is already greenlit for another season. The show’s creator Jon Favreau said he’s working on pre-production for season two, including writing and preparation for special effects shots. Starting work on special effects now will help save them time as well as produce quality effects for the TV show. It also shows that Disney has confidence in the first season, and they are willing to bet people will want more. The Mandalorian takes place five years after the events of Return of the Jedi, and it’s set in the outer reaches of the galaxy.

Source: Collider