Transcript for Baby Yoda returns for season 2 of ‘The Mandalorian’
Well, we are now getting ready to return to a galaxy far, far away for season two of "The mandalorian" on Disney plus so you know what that means, baby yoda is back. And will reeve joins us with all of those details. Hey, will. Reporter: Hey, Amy. It feels like a long, long time ago in a life far, far away that "Star wars" fans were surprised by baby yoda bursting on to the scene but now "The mandalorian" is set to return. What new surprises might be in store? Nobody is going to find us Reporter: Our hero under the helmet and everyone's favorite wide-eyed green baby are back. You are a mandalorian. Reporter: This morning exclusive images from an upcoming issue of "Entertainment weekly" giving "Star wars" fans a first look at the highly anticipated second season of "Mandalorian." What a precious little Reporter: Available only on Disney plus. I think they can expect even more fantasy and science fiction taken to a whole higher level, a bigger universe in which to sort of have adventures in. Reporter: One of the covers finding the cherub like baby yoda tucked safely in a shoulder bag. Jon Favreau telling "Ew" the episodes will introduce a larger story to the "Star wars" universe, executive producer Dave feloni says everything gets bigger, the stakes get higher. The filmmakers say just like they kept baby yoda a secret until the season one premiere, they hope to replicate those surprise moments many times over in the new episodes. But specific details remain heavily guarded. According to the article Gina who plays CARA dune says the heightened secrecy includes actors getting scripts only for their own episodes and being ushered to set in black cloaks and hoods like incognito sith lords. It adds to this prize and delight. Reporter: Pedro Pascal who plays mando says his character's loyalty to protecting the child will be challenge saying we don't know how far he will go. Take care of this little one. Reporter: Filming on the new season wrapped just four days before the covid shutdown in March. Creator Jon Favreau said the biggest challenge in postproduction was scoring the show with musicians unable to record in the same place, "The mandalorian" returns October 30th on Disney plus. Ooh. It's also mysterious. Thank you very much for that.
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