‘Star Wars’: Cast Members Spotted In Costume On ‘The Mandalorian’ Set

Star Wars MandalorianCast members have been spotted on The Mandalorian set, the upcoming live-action Star Wars series coming to the Disney streaming service.

Last week, the title, synopsis, first image, and directors were all revealed for Lucasfilm’s upcoming live-action Star Wars series, however, the studio has yet to announce the cast. More set photos continue to come from Making Star Wars, with the latest batch offering a glimpse at some of the cast members who will be featured in the series. The first photos show an actor covered by a black cloak concealing his costume. It looks like the actor is wearing a jacket in the vein of Finn’s from The Force Awakens. The other image is a bit more obscured, showing what seems to be an extra with a helmet.

You can take a look at the set photos by heading over to Making Star Wars.

The Mandalorian will be written by Jon Favreau, who serves as an executive producer alongside Dave Filoni, Kathleen Kennedy, and Colin Wilson. Karen Gilchrist is also on board as a co-executive producer.

Dave Filoni will direct the first episode of the series and additional episodes will be helmed by Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi, Jurassic World star Bryce Dallas Howard, Dope director Rick Famuyiwa, and Jessica Jones episode director Deborah Chow.

The Mandalorian will be available exclusively on the upcoming Disney streaming service.

Source: MakingStarWars.net

  • Neuromancer

    SW sequels sVVVVVck

    making sw is so [email protected] and f0s, who cares about anything they do.

    The mandolorian is the wrong property at the wrong time.

    People are mad because sw is killing the main focus of the story, force users. Even resistance is about non force users and they were supporting characters always, the blaster is the weapon of a supporting characters.

    it has nothing to do with the actors, or [email protected] or s3x. But characterization and their lack of respect and loyalty to what came before it essentially making the movies about a ton of han solo clones.

    I mean come on, Sw is unique because it has force users at the center, doesn’t matter who they are as long as the force user earns their power. Rey didn’t, TFA and TLJ take place in a 4 or 5 day period. So without a story reason for rey being so amazing, its just plain lazy writing.

    Plus the treatment of luke skywalker is [email protected] in itself, and it was motivated by politics not the will to tell a good story, so on principle, luke and the skywalkers were robbed because of their [email protected] and s3x, and that’s wrong.

    Im latino, but I still recognize the fact that luke was p3rverted and made a jerk and a coward because: bad writing.

    Now theres no force users at all and they try to make us care about every other kind of character except the characters that make sw the medieval space opera fantasy it started as.

    Its not firefly. It shouldn’t focus on supporting characters because the force drives the narrative, without it sw isn’t doing much of anything.

    It just exists and the fans that refuse to acknowledge the problems don’t even get what it is because if they see things like resistance and tlj, it should make you feel like you’re watching the marvel universe where their are no super heroes.

    Like all the movies are about Coulson and maria hill, no one goes to see them.

    Luke is the iron man of SW and they killed him and stuck him in a corner? how bad would marvel be if their were no super heroes?

    I know noobs get turned on by characters like zemo or killmonger who are just regular dudes or covered in bad cgi, but if there was no cap, hulk, thor, and they were all just guys running around like they are navy seals but have super hero code names? that would be lame.

    its lame, SW is lame, because it has lost its focus and its being made by people who don’t like it.

    and good job HH trying to control my words, I guess freedom of speech doesn’t mean much to you, I know youre overlords need to protect the narrative, but you cant beat free people who think for themselves.