The massive success of The Mandalorian helped the Star Wars franchise in more ways than one. That said, anticipation is sky-high for the release of the much-anticipated sophomore season next month. Now, after months of waiting, the trailer for The Mandalorian season 2 has finally arrived. The trailer provided fans with a glimpse of this season's narrative along with exciting looks at the otherworldly adventures of Baby Yoda and Mando across the galaxy. In celebration of the release of The Mandalorian season 2 trailer, The Direct has compiled some of the amusing reactions to the trailer from social media. This is the way. Can we make that a thing? This is the way! Baby Yoda really said, "Nope!
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Back in January, a distant time for us all, we saw a nearly-divine photo that is still probably the most wholesome image to have come in A portrait of Star Wars creator George Lucas cradling a sleepy kind of drugged-out? Baby Yoda. It was a tender father-son moment, but we never got the full story—only that the director visited the set of The Mandalorian and Jon Favreau snapped the picture. Now, thanks to a recent interview The Mandalorian executive producers Favreau and Dave Filoni gave to The Hollywood Reporter , we finally know what Lucas thinks of the show, which follows the adventures of a Mandalorian bounty hunter. Talking about the impact of The Mandalorian while on a break from post-production on Season Two of the series, Feloni revealed the big guy's thoughts—starting with whether or not he gets feedback from Lucas:.
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