Star Wars the Mandalorian: leaked the first images of the filming of Season 3

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The recording of the new episodes of The Mandalorian has finally begun, although still with an important absence, that of its main character. Pedro Pascal is filming The Last of Us, so filming has started without his presence. Making Star Wars, a regular source on products based on the galactic saga, has advanced in a video a few leaked images from filming season 3.

Everything seems to indicate that it is a new location, although it is difficult to determine exactly what it consists of, since it presents the image of a structure surrounded by green screens, something strange, considering that The Mandalorian has practically dispensed with this type of digital technology. It is routinely recorded inside the studio, even sequences that appear to be recorded outside. Some physically constructed structures are depicted, but they are small and it is not clear what they represent; one of them is the facade of a building.

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Without The Mandalorian in 2021

The series starring Mando takes a break. After the second season, Disney + will take the opportunity to premiere a new series before the return of The Mandalorian. We speak, of course, of The Book of Boba Fett, which will have as its main character the classic Star Wars character. Despite his apparent death in Return of the Jedi, the bounty hunter managed to survive the tortuous and slow death inside the Sarlacc’s stomach.

On December 29 we will be able to see the first episode of The Book of Boba Fett on Disney +, so the series will run through 2022. Later will come Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi, the second season of La Remesa Mala and season 3 of The Mandalorian, none of them yet specific date. Lucasfilm also has many more audiovisual products in the works.

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Source | ComicBook, Making Star Wars


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