Pedro Pascal talks about 'The Mandalorian'

Pascal, who plays the man behind the mask on the hit Disney+ show, shares what fans can expect this season.
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this Tuesday morning. We are so excited F our next guest, "Star wars" fans are as well. We'll hear what the mandalorian has to say, the man behind the mask. Please welcome Pedro Pascal. Pedro. Thanks for join us this Thank you for hav me. Good morning. Good morning. And, you know, we hear that you're using your role as the mandalorian as leverage with your friends and their kids. Tell us about that. It's really working. I get the toys before they hit the stands. I might in trouble for admitting this. Anyway, I definitely gain a lot of points with my friends by, youknow, having the mandalorian items for their kids because all of their kids seem to want them. It's like -- it's not like before where I would find something for my nephews and their reaction would be oh, thanks, that was last year. You know? Now it's a win every time. Do you keep any of it for yourself? I actually haven't. I really enjoy giving them away. Trust me, I'm not a good person. But I really, really enjoy being in the favor of my friends' children. So we didn't get toe your face until the final episode last year. Going to see more it of this You know, I can't remember. Whenever I -- Oh! Whenever I get asked questions like this, interesting programming occurs where all of a sudden I just see, you know, snow. You can go for I can't hear you. That's a good one too. Yeah, I can't -- I didn't get that question. We don't have much time. You'll have to ask me the next What can you share with us about season two? You know, I will say that reading the first episode of the second season, I was taken aback in a really good way at how impressive the first episode read and already with the evidence of the first season knowing that they were able to achieve everything that they set out to and seeing this incredibly ostentatious first episode with the story of an action sequence and the way that it read on the page and just that feeling that my gosh, they're going to achieve this visual experience like this isn't just let's just describe it as best as we can and see what we up achieving with it is, you know, undoubtedly going to be achieved and I kind of couldn't believe that and I understood, oh, so this is how they keep it up with the second season. This is how they, you know, don't disappoint. Never disappointing. Not saying anything but I'm telling you it's a good thing. You know, the other breakout star of the series is the child also known as baby yoda, so what was it like the first time you saw your co-star? This baby is beautiful and the details on the child are incredible. We're talking about this adorable like peach fuzz hair on the tips of its ears and you'd be surprised. He is an incredible scene partner. The industrial light and magic, the effects team that worked the puppet in the scene with me, you wouldn't believe what they were able to do. At one point -- and I'm not sure if it'll be in the final cut, but I improvised a line at the start of the scene and I said basically, you know, don't get too close to the fire. I just said don't get too close and baby yoda like turned its head and reacted to me and like moved away from that and that wasn't even in the writing so there I am improvising with baby yoda. That's something. You're also in the new "Wonder woman 1984" movie. Can you tell us -- you're playing a villain in that. What was that like? I was -- it was -- it was heaven. It wasne of the best times I've ever had on a job. Patty Jenkins, gal godot, Kristen wiig, Chris pine, it was an experience that I'll never forget. I think there's always such a human side to everything that Patty does so even role of villain is to be unexpected in this one where you -- as soon as you sort of think that you'll be getting, you know, the portrait of the evil, you know, snake oil salesman from the '80s, there's more to it, and that's only one of the many exciting things about that movie that I just desperate for people to see. It's a good one. It's a really good one. We sure are looking forward to it. Thanks for joining us. Season two of "Mandalorian" -- It was such a pleasure. Season two of "The mandalorian" premieres Friday only on Disney plus.

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