With a few days left before the much-awaited premiere of its sophomore season, The Mandalorian drops another fresh trailer. Premiered during halftime of Monday Night Football, the new video offered more action-packed footage and elaborate context of the storyline.
The trailer opens with flying ships – one of which being piloted by The Mandalorian, as if trailing one another. The next scene cuts to him once again, paying a visit to old allies Cara Dune and Greef Carga.
“I’m here on business. I need your help. I’ve been quested to bring this one back to its kind,” he declares as he carries The Child. Greef then shakes hands with Mando as if sealing the deal.
“If I can locate other Mandalorians, they can guide me,” Mando adds while working on a wrecked ship.
In what looks to be a fighting arena in the next footage, an alien warns him, “This is no place for a child.” Several guns were then pointed on Mando, but he firmly says, “Wherever I go, he goes,” and the firefight starts.
The trailer tails off with more shots featuring Mando, Greef and Cara inside a ship, being chased down by a trooper.
In the final shot, Mando is seen running off a cliff and firing up his jetpack. He declares, “Here we go” as he flies away before the trailer comes to an end.
The Mandalorian Season 2: Release Date and Latest News
Season 1 of the Disney+ show was well-received by most critics and it fared well with award-giving bodies. In fact, The Mandalorian won 7 Emmys earlier in the year, including an Emmy for Outstanding Visual Special Effects.
Jon Favreau, show’s creator, discussed the future of “The Mandalorian” in a recent interview. He noted that it’s possible that the streaming series could be adapted into a feature film sometime in the future. Production on the third season of the “Star Wars” show is expected to begin by the end of the year.
Pedro Pascal stars as Din Djarin/The Mandalorian, in quest to find the origins of The Child. Also joining the cast are Gina Carano, Carl Weathers, and Giancarlo Esposito. New characters expected in season 2 include Rosario Dawson as Ahsoka Tano; Katee Sackhoff as Bo-Katan Kryze; and Temuera Morrison as the iconic Boba Fett.