‘The Mandalorian’: Boom Mic Spotted In Bryce Dallas Howard’s ‘Chapter 4’

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Eagle-eyed Star Wars fans have noticed a boom mic’s appearance in Bryce Dallas Howard’s episode of The Mandalorian. 

Bryce Dallas Howard directed “Chapter 4: Sanctuary” for the first live-action Star Wars series. In one of the more quiet scenes in an otherwise action-packed episode directed impressively by Bryce Dallas Howard, we see Pedro Pascal’s The Mandalorian in a conversation with Julia Jones’ Omera. During the scene, a boom mic appears.

You can check out the boom mic exposed during Bryce Dallas Howard’s episode of The Mandalorian down below:

Boom microphones making accidentally appearances onscreen in film and television series footage is a common mistake during productions. Thankfully for Bryce Dallas Howard and The Mandalorian, this will not be the most joked-about error of modern world objects making surprise appearances on screen. Earlier this year, HBO’s Game of Thrones was the subject of jokes due to the appearance of a Starbucks coffee cup and a plastic water bottle in two episodes of the final season of the fantasy series.

Bryce Dallas Howard is one of the two women directors to have helped break the glass ceiling for directing a live-action Star Wars property. The actress/director joins Deborah Chow as the first two to help direct for the beloved franchise that began in 1977.

Bryce Dallas Howard is also the daughter of Oscar-winning filmmaker Ron Howard, director of Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Despite this error regarding the boom mic, what did you think of Bryce Dallas Howard’s direction of “Chapter 4” of The Mandalorian? Do you hope she gets another chance to direct an episode for the upcoming second season? Sound off in the comments below, and be sure to continue following Heroic Hollywood for all the latest news on Bryce Dallas Howard, The Mandalorian and the rest of the Star Wars franchise.

Here is the synopsis for The Mandalorian: 

After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the Star Wars universe. The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. We follow the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.

The first four episodes of The Mandalorian and the complete Star Wars Rebels series are now available to stream on Disney+.

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