It appears that almost two months after Star Wars Celebration has ended a new look at the extended trailer for The Mandalorian. If it’s real it shows an extra look at the upcoming Mandalorian season on Disney+. Given the way it looks and audience reactions during the trailer, I would say it was real.
Take a look!
— Samlalo (@Samlalo170) July 15, 2022
A lot of the comments on the Twitter thread are from people who are annoyed that the audience keeps cheering.
I really am loving that this season appears to be Mandalorian heavy with lots of armored individuals showing up. It’s about time. We had a glimpses of it in each season, but I’m hoping we get a lot more in the six-episodes of season 3.
We can see that we are getting some popular characters back like The Armorer (Emily Swallow), Bo-Katan Kryze (Kate Sackhoff), Greef Karga (Carl Weathers)
Also, in surprise to no one. Grogu looks like he’s getting a Mandalorian helmet.
Many are hoping for the appearance of Sabine Wren and it could happen given that they are supposed to have her in the Ahsoka show and Dave Filoni.
Another character people are hoping for from the rumors around the Ahsoka show is Grand Admiral Thrawn. I’m an old school Star Wars fan and I read the Timothy Zahn trilogy multiple times. Thrawn was always one of my favorites. While this version isn’t exactly the same, I would love to see him done well in live-action. “Done well” being key.
But the real excitement for many is the end of the trailer where it shows what appears to be the ruins of the Mandalore capital city of Sundari from ‘The Clone Wars.’
I hope it’s good. I stinks that we have to wait until February, 2023 to see it. Hopefully Lucasfilm and Disney put out the high-res trailer soon.
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