Star Wars is one of Hollywood’s biggest movie franchises, and now Jon Favreau’s upcoming live-action series The Mandalorian is poised to become a streaming hit in its own right. The series for Disney+ filled out its cast quickly, with Pedro Pascal as its lead actor, and will launch alongside the streaming service in November. The latest updates include the complete release schedule and some striking new posters. Here’s everything we know about The Mandalorian so far. A collection of epic posters The first, official poster for The Mandalorian was released Friday, August 23, by Disney in the lead-up to the company’s Disney+ presentation at its annual D23 Expo. In later October, just before The Mandalorian‘s second trailer premiered, the official Star Wars Twitter account revealed five more posters, each one focusing on a specific member of The Mandalorian‘s cast. From IG-11 to the Mandalorian himself, the gang’s all there — including an ungnaught who looks awfully similar to Nick Nolte. Where (and when) to see it The Mandalorian will debut on November 12, 2019, exclusively on Disney+, Disney’s new streaming service. As first reported by fan site What’s On Disney Plus, the second episode arrives the following Friday, November 15. From there, the remaining… Read full this story
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