In Chapter 20 of The Mandalorian, the episode mixes it up between a rescue mission and flashbacks to where Grogu was during Order 66. Spoilers follow for the newest episode of The Mandalorian. Storytelling aside, one of my major issues with the series this season is it’s lack of consistency in run time. I know, I know–none of the episodes are consistent in their run time since the start of the series. After last week’s…"The Mandalorian: Chapter 20 – The Foundling"
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Chapter 19 of The Mandalorian takes audiences to Coruscant as forced workers of the Empire transition into the New Republic. Spoilers follow below. Outside of the bookends featuring both Din Djarin and Bo-Katan Kryze, the episode mostly takes place on Coruscant. Outside of glimpses here and there during celebrations, we’ve yet to return to the Galactic capital post-ROTJ. Until now. But almost as soon as we’re there, Revenge of the Sith fans are in for…"The Mandalorian: Chapter 19 – The Convert"
The Mandalorian returns for season 3 on Disney+ as Din Djarin and Grogu continue their adventures across the Star Wars galaxy. In what is an absolute first for the series, Disney sent the first two episodes with hours to go before the third season premiere. It may be a total shocker but let me tell you, audiences are in for a treat. While Disney+ will keep to their weekly release model, the first two episodes…"The Mandalorian Returns For Season 3"
It was announced today that The Mandalorian will be making its broadcast debut ahead of the season premiere of the third season. Everything we know about the television broadcast premiere is below. From what I can tell, this is a one-off broadcast. Unlike other series during the first part of the pandemic, do not expect the entire series to have a linear broadcast. In celebration of Disney+ and Lucasfilm’s highly anticipated return to Mandalore, The…"The Mandalorian To Make Broadcast Debut"
By launching a weekly series like WandaVision rather than all episodes at the same time, Disney+ is making sure viewers keep coming back. WandaVision and The Mandalorian both have viewers coming back each week. One is set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe while the other is a Star Wars series. At the end of the day, however, the episodes have viewers talking. Unfortunately, they are also the type of series where you have to watch…"WandaVision, Disney+, and the Binge-Watch Culture"
Lucasfilm made the decision to fire Gina Carano so the question going forward is what will happen to Cara Dune on The Mandalorian. I am transgender and Jewish so it was very refreshing to hear that Lucasfilm is no longer employing the actor. Her words for quite a while have been offensive and it only got worse during the fall. According to some of the articles, it appeared that Carano lost out on the Rangers…"Gina Carano Fired: What Happens with Cara Dune?"
The Walt Disney Company has an obligation to fire actress Gina Carano from The Mandalorian following her Twitter activity. I don’t take this lightly. This is not only something I say as a Star Wars fan but I also feel an obligation to speak out as a Disney shareholder. If Cara Dune is part of The Mandalorian‘s third season, it will make for some rather uncomfortable viewing. Should Dune be brought back for season 3,…"Gina Carano Must Be Fired From The Mandalorian"
The Mandalorian concluded its eight-episode second season with one of the best hours of television in years and I have many thoughts. I have thoughts and there are no shortage of them. But before I get to them, I am going to insert a photo from the episode. But of course, you would not be reading this if you didn’t already watch the episode. If you’re coming from Twitter, I’m sorry that they include photos…"The Mandalorian: Thoughts on the Season Finale"