Trailer analysis for The Mandalorian’s third season.
USA: The Mandalorian will return for Season 3 on March 1 (sorry, Book of Boba Fett doesn’t count) after a long hiatus of two years. Now, a brand-new trailer has given us the most fabulous look we’ve yet seen at the next Mando and Baby Yoda adventure (aka, Din Djarin and Grog).
The Season 3 teaser begins with Mando speaking to Grogu and explaining what it truly means to be a Mandalorian, as narrated by the titular character (Pedro Pascal).
The action manages to reintroduce some beloved old characters while also teasing some new ones, and that speech fits in well with everything.
The Mandalorian will return for Season 3 on March 1 (sorry, Book of Boba Fett doesn’t count) after a long hiatus of two years.
Various Mandalorians are shown at the opening of the trailer before we see Djn Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu traveling at the speed of light.
Captain Carson Teva claims that “there’s something dangerous out there” as they make their way to Mandalore’s vast, expansive metropolis.
Season 3 debuts on March 1st.
It will address the aftermath of Mando being expelled from his strict religious order for taking off his helmet, as well as what occurred to Grogu and Mando after their reunion in the Mandalorian spinoff series The Book of Boba Fett.
The show’s second season concluded in late 2020, and a trailer for the third season debuted at Disney’s D23 convention in September of last year.
The new season’s trailer, which will premiere on March 1 and features the bounty hunter’s reunion with his little companion, demonstrates evidence of the companion’s ever-increasing ability.
The upcoming episode of the Pedro Pascal-starring series will have both new and recurring directors, including Rick Famuyiwa, Rachel Morrison, Lee Isaac Chung, Carl Weathers, Peter Ramsey, and Bryce Dallas Howard.
It appears that those are Jedi, tucked in among many known faces.
There should only be one Jedi—okay, and Ahsoka—and, fine, Ezra Bridger is someplace, so I have to presume this is during a flashback scenario, possibly during the Clone Wars, when the Republic and Separatists were fighting tooth and nail over the planet.
The one thing that annoys me is this: How much of this Mandalore knowledge will make sense to viewers who haven’t seen all of Dave Filoni’s previous work?
It seems to be becoming more and more self-referential, or at least the guy only wants to talk about Mandalore.
The coolest part about The Mandalorian has been getting to see sections of Star Wars that we haven’t seen before. There is a large, wide galaxy out there.