The Mandalorian Trailer Reaction

The Mandalorian trailer reaction Disney Star Wars 23 Expo. First official trailer for the November 12, 2019 streaming series.


The Mandalorian official trailer has arrived. Director Jon Favreau’s highly anticipated Star Wars series The Mandalorian looks to add to the deep lore and history of bounty hunters.

A similar trailer was shown at Star Wars Celebration, but it was never made available to the public. The Mandalorian trailer highlights a big day at Disney 23 Expo 2019. Star Wars The Mandalorian is one of the biggest launch titles coming to the new streaming service Disney+. The Disney Plus series is inspired by a Star Wars fan favorite character Boba Fett and his father, Jango. The new Mandalorian character, played by Pedro Pascal (Oberyn Martell from Game of Thrones) will also help fill in the gap between Star Wars: Episode VI — Return of the Jedi, just after the fall of the Empire, and the rise of the First Order.

The goal is to bring a “darker, freakier side of Star Wars,” executive producer Jon Favreau (Iron Man, The Lion King) told The Hollywood Reporter. He wants to use the show’s aesthetic to answer questions about what it’s like to be on Tatooine during the era between trilogies. The original Star Wars trilogy, especially the first film, used Tatooine as a significant setting, and Favreau wants to use that area to tell new stories.

The Mandalorian gives Favreau the “opportunity to tell a story that’s bigger than television, but you don’t have the same expectations that a big holiday release has, which to me isn’t that type of Star Wars that comes out of me,” he told the Reporter.

“The type of Star Wars that I’m inspired to tell is a smaller thing with new characters,” Favreau said.

The Mandalorian is also the first Star Wars live action TV series.

The Mandalorian release date is November 12, 2019 when Disney+ launches on November 12th. The Disney Plus service will cost $6.99 a month or can be purchased as a bundle with ad-supported Hulu and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month.

According to the New York Times, Disney is dropping “roughly $100 million” to produce The Mandalorian season 1 first 10 episodes.


After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the Star Wars universe. “The Mandalorian” is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. We follow the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.

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