‘Star Wars: The Mandalorian’ Season 2 Will Feature ‘Lightsaber Action’


Star Wars: The Mandalorian is getting ready to air in several different countries as Disney+ launches in the UK and Western European markets next month.

We already know that Season 2 is underway and it will air in October.  But now we know that it will contain “major, epic lightsaber action” according to  Moff Gideon actor Giancarlo Esposito.

While making and appearance at FAN EXPO Vancouver he told the crowd that he has been using the Darksaber during production!

“The prop guys are wondering about me because I was in a bit of a commotion and a bit of a struggle with someone else, which I’m hoping you will enjoy when you see it. Major, major, epic, epic lightsaber action happening on this show, and I should mention that I’m the only character in this first season who was able to be honored with having that lightsaber. So it feels wonderful.”

Of course when he revealed this bit of exciting information the crowd wanted to know who is using the Darksaber against?

But he’s not telling.

Well, no way. It ain’t gonna happen, baby!

Anything is possible, and you keep watching. Because although the baby has some incredible power, without having to wield the Darksaber, I think the baby is so curious about what this is. So you will be enthused and inspired when you see the scene I’m referring to in Season 2, which is to come in October. Keep watching.

To me it sounds like Baby Yoda gets into trouble, the same way he does by pushing buttons. But we will have to wait and see!

Star Wars: The Mandalorian season 2 will air on Disney+ in October 2020. We have to wait till then and see all this exciting new lightsaber action.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Source: Comicbook.com

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