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  1. She's a "nice lady". 😊 I, too, loved the part when she smiled at Din saying "laser swords". My dad actually referred to a light saber as that recently, which I thought was pretty funny.
  2. Ralph, William and Martin will be presenters at the Critics Choice Super Awards tomorrow. Here's a preview: https://mobile.twitter.com/CriticsChoice/status/1347326221764362241 – The Critics Choice Association (CCA) announced today the incredible line-up of talent that will join hosts Kevin Smith and Dani Fernandez at the inaugural Critics Choice Super Awards, helping them to honor the most popular, fan-obsessed genres across both television and movies, including Superhero/Comic Book, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror, Action and Animation. Shohreh Aghdashloo, Aya Cash, Madelyn Cline, Mike Colter, Colman Domingo, Tom Ellis, Courtney Ford, Tiffany Haddish, Sam Heughan, Maddison Jaizani, Lennie James, Martin Kove, Javicia Leslie, Leah Lewis, Caity Lotz, Ralph Macchio, Kennedy McMann, Elizabeth Mitchell, Lindsey Morgan, Bob Morley, Genevieve Padalecki, Jared Padalecki, Brandon Routh, Chase Stokes, Eliza Taylor, Gina Torres, Alan Tudyk, and William Zabka, will all serve as presenters during the special ceremony, which will air on The CW Network on Sunday, January 10, 2021 (8:00-10:00pm ET/PT) and will stream the next day for free on The CW App and cwtv.com.
  3. If you watch the behind the scenes of season 2 documentary, he's in the armor quite a bit. But a lot of times while watching the show, I can't tell if it's him or not in the armor, so for me it's the voice that really makes the character. Although it would be nice for there to be some kind of joint award, it just doesn't exist. Also, I looked it up, and this a new awards show: The Critics Choice Association (CCA) is pleased to announce the inaugural Critics Choice Super Awards, a special event honoring the most popular, fan-obsessed genres across both television and movies, including Superhero, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Horror, Action and Animation. The awards presentation, which will be produced remotely following COVID safety protocols, will air as a television special on The CW Network on Sunday, January 10, 2021 (8:00-10:00pm ET).
  4. I would have been even more upset had Grogu gone off with some Jedi that I had never heard of. At least with it being Luke, I know Grogu is in good hands.
  5. Some people on reddit made it sound like there was a previous schedule created by Disney that had "season 3" in December, but the updated scheduled released yesterday didn't list it. Maybe I misunderstood. Jon kinda minced his words a few times in that interview, so a lot of people think he meant it will start filming after BoBF finishes filming, not after it premieres. If it's already been in pre-production for a while, waiting more than a year to start filming seems weird. But who knows. They have so many other shows planned, they can't work on them all at once. But Jon also said they were waiting for Pedro to finish filming his movie, and would start right after when he became available, so I don't think he would have said that, unless the plans changed drastically. Sorry, I tried to bring some clarity to the release date but I guess it's all up in the air still!
  6. I'm hearing that Season 3 has been removed from Disney's release schedule for 2021, so it looks like it'll be premiering in 2022. It's not really a surprise to me, since they haven't even started filming yet. The filming of Pedro's movie was delayed because of Covid, so Mando wasn't able to start filming in December like Jon originally said it would. On GMA, Jon said Season 3 will be released "soon" after The Book of Boba Fett, so hopefully that means early 2022.
  7. I wasn't sure which thread to post this in, but I updated the Mandalorian game that I made last Christmas. You can play it here!
  8. That's how Pedro met Patty Jenkins, who cast him in Wonder Woman 1984! He spent a lot of his career working in TV, doing guest spots or working on failed TV pilots. I'm glad he's finally getting some good roles. ETA: Sorry, I was totally wrong about this factoid! Patty directed Pedro in a different TV pilot that never got picked up, and that's how they met. She did not direct the Wonder Woman TV show.
  9. I'm thinking maybe that's why she deleted the tweet. Making broad accusations about someone, especially during this time, can be super detrimental, even if they're baseless. She's blocked pretty much every Pedro fan I've seen. If you won't drink her kool-aid, she doesn't want to hear from you. Getting back to the show, Cara said the New Republic will pay twice as much for Gideon if they bring him in alive. Dr. Pershing was also wanted. Hopefully the reward money is enough for Din to buy a new ship! And hopefully it has better sleeping quarters than The Razorcrest did.
  10. Grace deleted the tweet with the new rumor, but unfortunately it lives on, in posts like this. 😔 She was so positive about the helmet rumors, but now she's saying it's not true, the set issues were about something else. Just proves that she's full of crap and can't be trusted. It didn't bother me that Jon didn't mention Pedro by name, and instead just referred to Mando. Mando is more than just Pedro. Pretty much everyone knows there are at least 4 guys in the costume at different times. I wonder if Gideon sent Grogu's blood, or the data, somewhere else, or if it's still on the ship? If he didn't send it off, I suppose the Empire could still be looking for him. But he should be safe with Luke, at least for the time being...
  11. If they only have one Volume to film on, it makes sense that they would have to wait until Boba Fett is done filming before they start Mando Season 3. Yes, they could film at the same time, but that would probably be pretty messy and complicated. I'm just glad it was confirmed that it was two separate shows!
  12. Sorry, but I don't remember learning that in the show at all. I've watched episode 4 many times, and all Mando says is that he hasn't shown his face to anyone since he was a child, and if he removes his helmet, he can never put it on again. I really don't think Mando cares that much anymore about what the armorer would think. Most of his tribe is dead, and he seems to have altered his beliefs. I rewatched this episode again tonight, and when Mando and Boba Fett walk into the bar in the beginning, there is double the jingly spur noise. I thought that was pretty cool. 😆
  13. I also think the guild is still around, but that doesn’t mean that Din is going to want to continue being a bounty hunter. Perhaps he’s lost the taste for it, and I think he’ll have bigger things to deal with in season 3. The last bounty we saw him pick up was the child, and yet he still managed to have plenty of side missions after that; helping his friends, as well as strangers. Essentially being the friendly neighborhood Mando. 😆 I think season 3 will be mostly about Mandalore and the Empire, but there will probably still be some fun side missions. I think they’d be a lot more fun with the child.
  14. Sorry I don't see the comparison. I'm just saying I'd like to continue watchng what we have been watching these past two seasons. Din doing side missions while the child tags along.
  15. I love watching Mando's body language during these scenes. He did this thing with his hand, and then turned his head to look at her. Like he was a little uncomfortable, but turned on, and was trying to keep cool. I actually think he did a similar thing with his hand in a scene from season 1 when he was talking to Omera. I really don't think he has much experience with "nice" ladies, so he's still a bit uncomfortable around them. Also, we know it was Brendan in the suit for the Omera scene, so if it was Pedro in the Ahsoka scene, then he did a great job of studying Mando's movements from season 1.
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