Pedro Pascal makes fans of Star Wars laugh about what awaits them in the first of the second season of the Mandalorian Empire this week. The actor said he noticed what he read on the script page of the first episode. John Favreaux managed to work in secret when the hit Disney+ series was first announced in 2018. The first Star Wars live series generated a lot of interest, but it was a character no one knew anything about. Usually there weren’t too many expectations. For those fans who don’t remember the first season, Disney+ released a short video on Friday to keep everyone up to date.

On the eve of the second season of the Mandalorian Empire, expectations are high thanks to the high bar set by John Favraux and Dave Philoney. In order to meet these expectations, Pedro Pascal is convinced that they have managed to bypass them and develop their own path. In a new interview Pascal talked about his experience reading the script of the second season, episode 1. You can read what he said below.

POWERFUL: The first mandalorian of the second season promises a longer than expected episode.

Pedro Pascal talks about the Mandalorian https://t.co/NenF0FEVBV via @GMA.

– Jim Hill Media (@JimHillMedia) 27. October 2020 When I read the first episode of the second season, I was surprised how impressive the first episode was read. And all with the proof of the first season, knowing that they have achieved everything they wanted, and when they see this incredibly striking first episode with the story of the sequence and the way it is read on the site, and just with the feeling, my God, that they are going to make this visual experience! It’s not easy, for example: Let’s describe it as best we can and see what we can get out of it – it’ll work, and I couldn’t believe it, and I got it: Oh, so that’s how they do it in season two. It’s not disappointing.

Episode one of the Mandalorian is supposed to be called Search. According to the summary, Mando and the Child continue their journey, facing enemies and uniting with allies as they cross a dangerous galaxy in a turbulent era following the collapse of the Galactic Empire. That doesn’t say much, but it has already been reported that the first episode of the second season will last 52 minutes. This has not yet been officially confirmed, but Star Wars fans are likely to accept long-term episodes.

The video material gives an overview of the highlights of the first season of the Mandalorian Empire and is reduced to 2 minutes. It’s an effective way to surprise everyone, but more than a few fans have probably seen the entire first season with the stars Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Carl Weathers and Giancarlo Esposito, as well as all the Baby Yoda favorites. Season 2 leader: John Favraux, Dave Philoney, Bryce Dallas Howard, Rick Famueva, Carl Weathers, Peyton Reed and Robert Rodriguez.

The Mandalorians soon replaced the next trilogy and became a Star Wars project that almost everyone could agree with. The reviews were short to realize that the series is something that ordinary fans can enjoy, as well as hardcore fans and even people who have no idea of the franchise. Thanks to an exciting storyline it works on different levels, which many fans hope it will continue in the second part.

Luckily we don’t have to wait long for the second mandalorian season. The first episode will be published from the age of 30. October broadcast exclusively at Disney+. Some of the die-hard fans will stay longer on Thursday to watch the episode for the others, which means that the spoilers will be in their usual place in the morning. It may be wise to avoid certain places before viewing the episode. The interview with Pedro Pascal was originally conducted by Good Morning, America. You can watch the video below.

Topics: Mandalorian, Disney Plus, Star Wars, Stream, Little Yoda.

Author for Movieweb since 2017. He likes to play Katana when he’s not writing about superheroes and Star Wars.

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