The first live-action Star Wars series is coming to Disney+ this fall, and thanks to the arrival of The D23 Expo, fans everywhere can finally see what Lucasfilm has to offer with The Mandalorian. Disney boss Bob Iger announced previous year that the service had green-lit the show, with Diego Luna stepping back into the hero's shoes after originating the character in 2016's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Then Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni, who directed a couple of episodes of "The Mandalorian", appeared on stage and spoke about how excited they were to be working on this chapter of the "Star Wars" saga. Plus, Walt Disney World has announced the name of its new Star Wars hotel, which will have guests in uniform and windows that look like portals into outer space.
Stay tuned to Heroic Hollywood for the latest news on the future of the Star Wars franchise as we learn it. "He's a gunfighter, and a bounty hunter", Favreau told the crowd.
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It was interesting to note that Pascal did not speak at all throughout the trailer.
One that we simply can't wait to see.
There's something delightfully spine-tingling about hearing Herzog's voiceover in that - "Bounty hunting is a complicated profession. don't you agree?"
The show's darker, more serious tone is established in the opening scenes of the trailer, with images of bloody Stormtrooper helmets mounted on spikes. And also a documentary called One Day at Disney, set to premiere December 3, about a day in the life of Disney workers across the globe. Let us know in the comments below.