Update 2: Two More TV Spots Revealed! New ‘Star Wars: The Mandalorian’ FX TV Spot Confirms TV-14 Rating
The latest trailer for Star Wars: The Mandalorian has arrived on FX, confirming that the show will be TV-14 and not TV-PG. From the new footage shown, it’s clear that they’re not going to be holding anything back.
Arriving alongside the second season finale of Mayans M.C. is a brand-new look at The Mandalorian. The ad heavily emphasizes the Disney+ connection, which is just as well, since the streaming service is set to launch a week from now. There’s a good amount of new footage of the landscapes that the Razorcrest flies over, along with an assault on a village and a particularly brutal cantina brawl. Check it out below:
The series continues to look more and more promising with each new look at it. While Lucasfilm are keeping as tight-lipped about the story as they possibly can, what little that we can glimpse of it indicates that we’ll be in for one wild ride.
The Mandalorian is written by showrunner Jon Favreau, alongside Dave Filoni, Rick Famuyiwa, and Christoph Yost. The series is directed by Filoni, Famuyiwa, Deborah Chow, (who is slated to direct the untitled Obi-Wan Kenobi series), Bryce Dallas Howard, and Taika Waititi (who will also play the bounty hunter IG-11 on the series). The show’s cast includes Pedro Pascal as The Mandalorian, Gina Carano as Cara Dune, Giancarlo Esposito as Moff Gideon, and Carl Weathers as Greef Carga. Other cast members include Nick Nolte, Emily Swallow, Werner Herzog, Ming-Na Wen, and Bill Burr. A second season has been greenlit and is currently filming, with Weathers and Favreau directing episodes. The show is executive produced by Favreau, Filoni, Colin Wilson, and Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy. Greg Fraiser handles cinematography while Ludwig Göransson provides the musical score.
The Mandalorian debuts on November 12, the date Disney Plus officially launches in the United States, Canada, the Netherlands. The service will launch on November 19 in Australia and New Zealand. Launch dates for subsequent regions happening have yet to be revealed, but Western Europe expected to get the service early next year; it is expected that Disney Plus will be virtually global by the end of its second full year.
And here’s yet another look at the promising show:
Grant has been a fan of Star Wars for as long as he can remember, having seen every movie on the big screen. When he’s not hard at work with his college studies, he keeps himself busy by reporting on all kinds of Star Wars news for SWNN and general movie news on the sister site, Movie News Net. He served as a frequent commentator on SWNN’s The Resistance Broadcast.