Watch Child Yoda rocks whereas the Mandalorian director performs the guitar
This video is a perfect Christmas present.
One of the best Christmas gifts we’ve received wasn’t found under our trees this year, but on our Twitter feeds. On Friday, The Mandalorian Second season director Robert Rodriguez shared a video from the set of the episode “The Tragedy”. The set video showed Mandalorian star Baby Yoda (real name: Grogu) and arrived the same day Disney Gallery: The Mandalorianfor an hour Making-of special, premiere on Disney +.
Rodriguez shared his set video with Baby Yoday on Twitter on Friday. The director of “The Tragedy” can be seen in the video jamming on a guitar while the Baby Yoda doll dances with him. In the background is an actor playing one of Moff Gideon’s darktroopers while he is taking a break. Rodriguez put a happy note on the video and wrote to his followers: “Here’s a Christmas present for anyone who asked me what it’s like to hang out with Baby Yoda on the set of #TheMandalorian #TheTragedy. For more information, visit # DisneyGallery the scenes! ”
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The happy, carefree moment seems to reflect Rodriguez’s enthusiasm for directing “The Tragedy,” which he shared in a recent interview with Collider while promoting his Netflix movie We can be heroes. The director who will soon serve as executive producer on The Mandalorian Spinoff The book by Boba Fettalso talked about the joys of resurrecting the legendary bounty hunter for his special episode.
In part, he shared with Collider, “Play with all the toys in Star Wars and play with Boba Fett as one of your main characters.” [characters] – I was just like, ‘I have to go in there and just have him … I don’t know if he’s going to be in any more episodes or what, so I just have to make him super badass right now [and] be this character I imagined when I heard about him when I was 12. That was my mission just to satisfy that 12 year old fascination with the character. ”
Mandalorian Seasons 1 and 2 and Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian are now available to streamed on Disney +. See Robert Rodriguez’s jam with Baby Yoda below. Find out more about when The Mandalorian is happening and learn more about The Book of Boba Fett.
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