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The Mandalorian & Child Travel To A Snowy Planet For Season Two of Disney+ Series

The Mandalorian carries the Child in a pouch in the stunning new poster for season two of the hit Disney+ series.

In season two of The Mandalorian, the title character and the Child continue their journey to a snowy planet, where they face enemies and rallying allies as they make their way through a dangerous galaxy in the tumultuous era after the collapse of the Galactic Empire.

Pedro Pascal, Gina Carano, Carl Weathers and Giancarlo Esposito star in the series, which is back for a new season on October 30.

Many other stars have joined the upcoming season including WWE’s Sasha Banks, Timothy Olyphant, and Temura Morrison as Boba Fett.

If you didn’t see, The Mandalorian was actually one of the most pirated shows during the pandemic. See what the others were here!

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'The Mandalorian' Announces Season Two Premiere Date!

Get ready for the return of The Mandalorian!

The Mandaloria himself Pedro Pascal announced that season two of the hit Disney+ series will be premiering on Friday, October 30.

Season two of The Mandalorian wrapped production on March 8th, just before Hollywood was shut down because of the global pandemic.

The Star Wars series centers on a lone gunfighter, who makes his way through the outer reaches of the galaxy, far from the authority of the New Republic.

Timothy Olymphant, Rosario Dawson, Temuera Morrison, Katee Sackhoff and Michael Biehn will all be appearing in the second season.

Back in April, it was confirmed that creator Jon Favreau was already working on season three of The Mandalorian.

READ MORE: George Lucas Met Baby Yoda & The Photo Is So Incredibly Cute

Bryce Dallas Howard's Children Had An Impact On Baby Yoda in 'The Mandalorian'

You can thank Bryce Dallas Howard‘s children for that soup sipping Baby Yoda moment in The Mandalorian.

The 39-year-old filmmaker revealed during the ATX Festival (via Page Six) that her kids, Theodore and Beatrice, were always asking about Baby Yoda during filming of the first season.

Bryce shared that her kids would often come to the set with her and were always asking about Baby Yoda, which led to the iconic meme of Baby Yoda sipping soup.

“My kids were on set pretty much every day,” she said. “Even before we came to set, when it was the storyboards for the episode… when we were just conceiving of things, my [then-six] daughter would come into the editing room and whenever Baby [Yoda] wasn’t on screen, she would lean over to me and be like, ‘Where’s Baby? Where’s Baby? Where’s Baby?’ [Executive producer] Jon [Favreau] picked up on that, like, ‘Oh yeah — if the kid is wondering where Baby is, then we need to know where Baby is at all times.’

Bryce continued, “There was something with the kids where Baby was very real and Baby was in danger and they needed to see where Baby was at all times… They needed to know Baby was safe, and from that a variety of moments came up that were constructed just because we wanted everyone to know Baby was safe.”

If you missed it, there will apparently be Baby Yoda cereal coming this summer!

Timothy Olyphant Has Joined 'The Mandalorian's Season Two!

Timothy Olyphant is headed to season two of Disney+’s Star Wars: The Mandalorian.

The 51-year-old actor, who you know from Netflix’s Santa Clarita Diet, The Grinder, and Deadwood, will be popping up on the series, however, his character at this point is still unknown.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Timothy Olyphant

The Star Wars series centers on a lone gunfighter, who makes his way through the outer reaches of the galaxy, far from the authority of the New Republic.

Timothy is the latest name to be added to the upcoming seasons, joining Rosario Dawson, Temuera Morrison, Katee Sackhoff and Michael Biehn in other rumored roles.

The Mandalorian is expected to return to the Disney+ streaming service in October 2020.

Find out who Rosario is expected to be portraying now and news about a possible season three, too!

'The Mandalorian' Casts Temuera Morrison as Boba Fett!

Temuera Morrison is set to return to the Star Wars universe to play Boba Fett in the upcoming second season of The Mandalorian!

The 59-year-old actor previously played Boba Fett’s father Jango Fett in the 2002 movie Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, according to THR.

Bounty hunter Boba Fett made his debut in The Empire Strikes Back and he seemingly died in Return of the Jedi. Back in season one of The Mandalorian, the character was referred to as “The Gunslinger.”

THR reports that “while sources say Morrison is playing Boba Fett, it’s always possible that something sneaky involving cloning is going on.”

You can expect to see The Mandalorian season two on Disney+ in October.

'Star Wars' Cereal With Baby Yoda Marshmallows Is Coming This Summer!

Big news for fans of The Mandalorian: you’ll soon have a sweet treat to go with your binge-watching of the Disney+ series!

General Mills announced that a Star Wars-themed cereal is coming this summer in a post on their Instagram on Monday (May 4) – also known as Star Wars Day.

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“May the 4th Be With You! Coming to a cereal aisle near you later this summer. #maythe4thbewithyou #starwarsday,” they announced, along with a first look at the packaging, which features sweetened corn puffs with Baby Yoda-shaped marshmallows.

There’s also some big news about The MandalorianSeason 3 is on the way!

'The Mandalorian' Season 3 Is Already in the Works!

The Mandalorian Season 3 is coming!

Although the show’s second season isn’t premiering until October, a third season of the Star Wars series is already on the way at Disney+, Variety confirmed on Tuesday (April 21).

“Sources close to the production have confirmed that creator Jon Favreau has been ‘writing season 3 for a while,’ and that the art department, led by Lucasfilm vice president and executive creative director Doug Chiang, has been creating concepts for Season 3 ‘for the past few weeks,’” the report reads.

Another source confirmed to Variety that the production design department started working on Season 3 on Monday (April 20) because they require “such a huge lead time.”

Production wrapped on Season 2 in March, and managed to finish just before the global health crisis shut down all productions.

Find out which star is rumored to be joining the cast for Season 2!