Star Wars Baby Yoda, Mysterious But So Cute!
The most popular original content of Disney Plus on the line must be The Mandalorian. Despite the broadcast of 2 episodes, this Star Wars derivative drama has quickly occupied the hot topic list of major social platforms, and the Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer scores and MTC media scores remain high.
In the series, the green-skinned baby, who looks like Master Yoda, quickly captured the hearts of Star Wars fans around the world. A series of "The Mandalorian" art concept maps images were exposed online today, and director Jon Favreau also personally shared a cute Baby Yoda’s setting map.
Baby Yoda’s concept map
The Mandalorian was developed and produced by Jon Favreau of Marvel's universe. The director of the series The Thor, Taika Waititi, also will be directed one episode of The Mandalorian and it is reported that the second season has been renewed before the premiere.
The series is starred by Pedro Pascal, and other casts include Gina Carano, Nick Nolte, Giancarlo Esposito and Carl Weathers, and the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Ming-Na also announced that she will join.
The series The Mandalorian happened after Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi when Master Yoda died. According to the plot setting, Baby Yoda is only 50 years old at this time, certainly not Master Yoda himself, then what is its identity? What is the relationship between it and Yoda? These unsolved mysteries may gradually unfold as the story continues.
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