Actor reveals how long it took for the Mandalorian SPOILER to surprise

Warning: This article discusses a Mandalorian Master Suite in the Season 2 finale.

star Wars They are generally good at keeping surprises, however The Mandalorian In general, not much this season. Perhaps because they ran into problems with merchandise just in time for Baby Grogu’s well-concealed first season, most of the engravings leaked early. Before the second season one episode aired, we basically knew about Cobb Fanth (Timothy Oliphant), Boba Fett (Timoeira Morrison), Ahsoka Tanu (Rosario Dawson), and Boo Kattan Crazy (Katie Sackoff). But there was one big one that no one escaped from.

As we saw in the season finale, Luke Skywalker made a big return alongside R2-D2, and features digital aging removal. Obviously, this kind of special effect takes some time. A stunt performer made the movement moves in the set, while Mark Hamill performed the face and voice. It is possible, then, that none of the actors will know exactly what the final effect will be. Today, however, Hamill himself revealed how long the process took.

Although he wary of spoilers, the Capricorn master couldn’t resist posting a hint yesterday:

Game companies may also be the source of some other leaks, as Hasbro made clear Bukattan action figure Ready to go, plus a Funko Pop of Grogu who eats Frog Lady eggs. But they also recently reissued Jedi Luke as part of the The Jedi return Wave, which sounds like very convenient timing. We might expect to hear more about Luke’s episode on Monday, when Lucasfilm is usually considered a spoilers fair game.

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