Warning: This post contains major spoilers for the end of season 2 of Mandalorianul
After registering hundreds of thousands of galactic miles, traversing several planets and leaving behind wounded or dead enemies, Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) and Grogu went their separate ways. But at least Baby Yoda is in good hands. The end of season 2 of Mandalorianul he shares the Lone Wolf and his cub with the return of a certain Jedi whose name rhymes with “Schmook Piestalker”. That reveals the left Star Wars fans lifting their jaws off the floor.
6 o’clock in the morning is a strange time to keep my mind amazed by the end of The Mandalorian.
– Travis Fortnum (@travisfortnum) December 18, 2020
The closing credits of “The Rescue”, which was directed by The ant man Helmer Peyton Reed and written by Jon Favreau, confirmed that Mark Hamill has indeed resumed his role as a child of Darth Vader, although with the help of that digital magic of aging last seen in Rise of Skywalker. Summoned by Grogu’s lighthouse, sent two episodes back, Luke arrived aboard Moff Gideon’s light cruiser at the exact moment.
Although the combined power of four armored Mandalorians Beskar – our friend Din, plus Bo-Katan (Katee Sackhoff), Koska Reeves (Mercedes Varnado) and Boba Fett (Temuera Morrison) – along with two foot soldiers, Fennec (Ming-Na Wen) and Cara Dune (Gina Carano) were enough to get Moff Gideon’s (Giancarlo Esposito) army out of human Stormtroopoers faced an almost certain death at the hands of dark cyber soldiers. While the first appearance of killer robots reminded more of Iron Man, this time they were purely Terminator to the end.
This seemed like a crossover between Star Wars and The Terminator. And I like it 🔥😍#Mandalorian
– 4. 𝕭𝖆𝖙𝖒𝖆𝖓 𝕭𝖆𝖙𝖒𝖆𝖓 (@Y__Levodopa) December 18, 2020
why was the final episode of Mandalorian a better ending film than Dark Fate?
– Breonnick (@BreoAesthetics) December 18, 2020
But then Luke’s good (and R2-D2!) Rushed in, swinging his sword with one hand and throwing the Force with the other. Like the great return of Boba Fett, it was a sequence designed to thrill viewers raised to the original heroic character of Luke Trilogy, as opposed to the grayer, more cynical monk-monk they met in the middle chapter. of Rian Johnson. The Last Jedi. Not surprisingly, “The Return” resumed the debate over that controversial film.
I never thought I could hate the Last Jedi even more … But what a heartwarming episode today: ‘) @themandalorian
– Angel Nochez (@AngelNochez) December 18, 2020
It’s weird that I loved The Last Jedi, the second or third best SW movie for me, depending on the day, and I know what just happened in Mandalorian is a continuous overcorrection for that, but ….. I liked it still to see that. Service for toxic fans is still bad
– CheyWhitey (@Cheywhitey) December 18, 2020
The Mandalorian wants him to be as good as the Last Jedi
– ChefeLee (@ refelee844) December 18, 2020
Following Luke Skywalker in Mandalorian reaffirms my belief that they dropped the ball in The Last Jedi. @HamillHemself since Luke Skywalker has become an absolute bad Jedi in ROTJ and you can see this progression in Mandalorian. It just feels wrong for him, then to make such a serious mistake.
– DanielEMTurner (@ DanielEMTurner1) December 18, 2020
We’ll never get an apology for The Last Jedi from Kathleen Kennedy, the story group The Lucasfilms, or Rian Johnson.
But the end of The Mandalorian season, The Rescue, was an excuse from Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni.
– Skull One. (@ Cyclone9650) December 18, 2020
So …. you people who cheer up the Mandalorian ending and say “fuck the last Jedi” and how … “save” Star Wars you still know that …. um …. this story still ends with The Last Jedi, right?
Like, damn, yes, wonderful ending.
But it does not change and does not “save” anything.
TLJ is happening.
– Bryan / TheSnowyDM (@thehopelessdm) December 18, 2020
Now that Grogu is reuniting with the Jedi, you might think Mando will be free. But you would be wrong: the ending offers him a new companion in the form of Darksaber. After defeating Moff Gideon in battle, the blade is now the one Din will carry – even if he promised it to Bo-Katan so that she could unite Mandalore’s warrior factions behind her as their new leader. This suggests that he will have to leave the solitary life of a bounty hunter behind and get involved in the affairs of the larger Mandalorian diaspora. It also means we can get more real time from Pedro Pascal in the third year of the show as he faces the opportunity to drive. As another great warrior once said, “Greet the king, my love.”
Speaking of kings, a post-credit scene reveals that Boba Fett is now Tatooine’s warrior lord, taking control of Jabba the Hutt’s throne and palace. This is followed by another announcement Star Wars spinoff series, Boba Fett’s book, which will debut next December. This is the way … Disney keeps it Star Wars fans recharge their Disney + subscriptions.
Boba Fett has officially announced the spinoff.
Boba Fett’s book will come next year!
– Daniel Richtman #BlackLivesMatter (@DanielRPK) December 18, 2020
A post-credit scene … Boba Fett’s book. December 2021.
Okay, Disney. You won. Take my money!
– JIM sluggo (@ JamesMa32669284) December 18, 2020
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