Lego Unveils Massive New 'Star Wars' Tantive IV Set

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"The Mandalorian is a mysterious, lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy", said Pascal.

This week at Walt Disney World, Disney announced an end date for IllumiNations, the first details about the Beauty and the Beast lounge are revealed, plus a fun new detail is revealed about Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.

While LEGO fans are accustomed to a new Star Wars UCS set release every May the Fourth, the company is taking a different approach this year by releasing a highly detailed playset instead. How does that work into all that stuff from the prequels about Boba Fett being a clone of the mercenary Jango Fett? A live-action Star Wars series will be one of the many ways Disney is drawing customers into their streaming app.

You can watch the full Mandalorian panel below, which includes showrunner Jon Favreau and lead actor Pedro Pascal, who you may recognize as Oberyn Martell from Game of Thrones.


But Lucasfilm head Kathleen Kennedy has suggested that future Star Wars films and shows will move past the Skywalker saga and explore other corners of the universe. Jon Favreau says this.

Weathers is a character named Greef, a guy who's running a group of bounty hunters.

The Mandalorian, which is set to premiere Nov 12, will be one of the first projects launched on Disney's upcoming streaming service, Disney+ in fall 2019.

Carano will reportedly be playing Cara Dune, an ex-rebel shocktrooper.


I doubt I'm alone in saying that barely any of the friendships I've made in life have involved something as sweet as test screenings of Iron Man and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

The creative forces behind the hit shows The Freemaker Adventures and LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars, Bill Motz and Bob Roth, will headline a LEGO Star Wars animation free-for-all featuring special guests Leland Chee (Lucasfilm) and Jason Cosler (LEGO Group)! She said filming sometimes ran for 17 hours a day, but knew it was worth it because it was Star Wars.

Favreau also revealed behind-the-scenes footage that included the titular Mandalorian riding a Dewback, a giant lizard from Tatooine.


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