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SammyTiger
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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
Yo name names.

That’s awesome.


BloodSweat&Beers
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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
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Yo name names.

That’s awesome.


Lateef Crowder or Brendan Wayne

Brendan is John Wayne's grandson.

Mandalorian body double article


TheeRealCarolina
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BTW I believe it was recently confirmed that he was in the 1st season. When the female bounty hunter was killed and we saw someone walk up with spurs on their feet that was Fett.


That was Moff Gideon.


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FreddieMac
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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
I do not find it hard that the Jedi are not very known by a new generation, especially how hard the empire worked to erase their memory. Add to that the further away from the core you get, the less dealing with the Jedi.


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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
I thought he said he knew a stuntman that went to LSU (but that was my assumption)


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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
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many sad losers have speculated he escaped and has been the cover story if and when he returns.

So what? It's still lazy soap opera level stuff.


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JPLSU1981
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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
IMDB: Barry Lowin

Yeah he graduated from LSU in 2002, worked in Cirque du Soleil for a long time
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1BamaRTR
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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
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He was also born(cloned) 32 BBY which makes him only 41yo currently in the Mandalorian.

Clones (from the Jango template) age rapidly though. Unless I’m forgetting something



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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
Boba was specially engineered to Jango’s personal preference. Even if he did age at the same rate as the Clones, he was still born later, so he’d be younger than them.


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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
A lot of speculation that the sequel trilogy will turn out to be non cannon in the long run if Lucas comes back.


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They should have been put in charge of the universe.


I hope and pray that they will be when Kennedy's contract is up next year.


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The_Joker
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Boba was specially engineered to Jango’s personal preference. Even if he did age at the same rate as the Clones, he was still born later, so he’d be younger than them.


Taun We straight up tells Obi Wan that Boba was an un-altered clone. He's just another Jango.


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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
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lot of speculation that the sequel trilogy will turn out to be non cannon in the long run if Lucas comes back.


Now that would throw a big ole wrench in everything.


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TheeRealCarolina
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Taun We straight up tells Obi Wan that Boba was an un-altered clone. He's just another Jango.


Let me rephrase then:

Boba is a direct clone of Jango. The Clones were modified versions of Jango.


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BlackAdam
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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
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I do not find it hard that the Jedi are not very known by a new generation, especially how hard the empire worked to erase their memory. Add to that the further away from the core you get, the less dealing with the Jedi.


Yeah. Space is really big, and Star Wars has always been really bad with numbers when you think about that. The Clone Wars was fought in 1 million systems. The Grand Army of the Republic was only 1 million clones initially. You can't fight a galaxy wide war with 1 million soldiers.

Also there were only 10,000 Jedi. So it would seem that most of the battles of the Clone Wars would have no Jedi involvement whatsoever. Further outside of the people who knew Jedi or saw them in action, how well known could the order have been galaxy wide. Only 10,000 members... how well could they be known in a galaxy of multiple trillions? some may have heard stories, but the likelihood of having ever seen a Jedi is absolutely miniscule.

After 30 years of the Jedi being wiped out and the Empire attempting to stamp every vestige of their existence away, I think it is highly likely very few knew of the Jedi by the time the Mandalorian takes place.


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keks tadpole
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relatively speaking the Jedi were a microscopic sect and it makes sense that beings from galactic backwaters would have no idea of their existence

Sure, but Ep 1-3 made them more of a leadership/oracle caste prominent in dealing with political issues and fighting the separatists on back-water planets. They had an enormous "temple" in the middle of the capital in the galaxy, a Vatican City for Jedi, with thousands of patrons.
IMO - the Jedi (and Sith for that matter) sect's heyday should have been a thousand years before EP 1, reduced to that point a small number masters and disciples working in the shadows to promote (or destroy) the Republic.
That makes Hans comments in Ep IV make a lot more sense.


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A lot of speculation that the sequel trilogy will turn out to be non cannon in the long run if Lucas comes back.




I would love that. And I’m not shitting on the idea but I would like to know how they are gonna do that. Is Han or Luke gonna wake up from a nap and be like “damn what a dream I just had”.
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1BamaRTR
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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
The Clone Wars series also shows that plenty of average people knew about the Jedi. They were liked in some areas and disliked in others. Particularly they were some that blamed them for supporting the war. While the whole force thing was probably unknown to most, the Jedi were public figures and at the forefront of the battles.

The galaxy is also a giant place, and the Jedi have had a massive influence for several thousand years. I find it a little hard to believe the Empire, though all it’s might, could completely the suppress any knowledge of the Jedi throughout thousands of worlds and (100s? of) billions of people in a matter of decades.
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The Easter Bunny
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re: The Mandalorian Season 2 trailer.
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Sure, but Ep 1-3 made them more of a leadership/oracle caste prominent in dealing with political issues and fighting the separatists on back-water planets. They had an enormous "temple" in the middle of the capital in the galaxy, a Vatican City for Jedi, with thousands of patrons.
IMO - the Jedi (and Sith for that matter) sect's heyday should have been a thousand years before EP 1, reduced to that point a small number masters and disciples working in the shadows to promote (or destroy) the Republic.
That makes Hans comments in Ep IV make a lot more sense.



100% agree. The issue is just that Lucas fricked up things that were set in motion in Star Wars throughout his tenure and it's tough to force fit.


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New ‘Star Wars’ rumor suggests the Mandalorian is leaving ‘The Mandalorian’
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Grace Randolph — who has reported on “Star Wars” rumors before — said Pascal left production halfway through because he “had numerous disagreements with the creative team and went to the studio behind their backs to plead his case, which allegedly resulted in the former ‘Game of Thrones’ star being given his marching orders,” according to We Got This Covered.


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