The Mandalorian season 3 trailer was shown during Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Dallas Cowboys halftime show at Raymond James Stadium on Monday.
The third season’s story will unfold after the events of “The Book of Boba Fett,” in which Din Djarin was last shown reconnecting with Jedi warrior Grogu, who is in training. To redeem Din Djarin’s honour, the two had ventured out for the planet Mandalore. Mando engages multiple armored warriors on their homeland in combat in a teaser video that was released in September.
Check out the trailer right here:
Although this video is packed with hints about what to expect from Season 3, Bo-Katan is glaringly absent. Bo-Katan now feels threatened by Djarin because he now has the Darksaber.
The eight-episode Season 3 will have filmmakers such as Rick Famuyiwa, Rachel Morrison, Lee Isaac Chung, Carl Weathers, Peter Ramsey, and Bryce Dallas Howard, according to Lucasfilm.
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The Mandalorian is just one of several Star Wars-related projects that fans can look forward to in 2023, along with Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Star Wars: Ahsoka, upcoming episodes of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, and more.
Jon Favreau, who is this season’s executive producer and writer, created The Mandalorian. Along with Favreau, David Filoni, Kathleen Kennedy, Colin Wilson, and Rick Famuyiwa executive produce the show, which is produced by Lucasfilm. It has been revealed that Weathers will helm a third-season episode.
How did the game pan out?
Tom Brady, the seven-time Super Bowl champion had a tough night against Micah Parsons and the Dallas Cowboys, tossing his first red-zone interception with the Buccaneers in a 31-14 loss that ended Tampa Bay’s up-and-down season Monday night.
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Brady won’t be returning home to the Bay Area for a rematch against Brock Purdy and the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC divisional round. He may be going home for good, however.