New Mandalorian trailer promises Star Wars beasts, space ships and bounty hunters

A new trailer for Disney & # 39; s first ever live promotion Star Wars show, The Mandalorian, has arrived just a few weeks before the highly anticipated launch of Disney +.


The new trailer contains a few interesting photos, including the placement of a number of space creatures who come across the path of the Mandalorian. There are also new spaceship battles and a promise that fans will take a closer look at the premium yacht – a & # 39; difficult profession & # 39 ;. The time for peace is over.

In between Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi and the emergence of the first order Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the show follows a new character played by Pedro Pascal (Game of Thrones). Pascal described him as "a mysterious lonely shooter in the outer regions of the Milky Way," during a panel for The Mandalorian during this year's Star Wars celebration in April. The series is strongly inspired by fan-favorite character Boba Fett and his father, Jango.

Executive producer Jon Favreau told before The Hollywood Reporter that the goal is to show a "dark, freakier side of it." Star Wars. " The first trailer for the series received one Mad Max show, with helmets on stilts and ominous photos of people in the desert. Yet the trailer certainly leaned more traditionally Star Wars action, including scenes with spaceship fighting, droids fighting and face-to-face confrontations.

The Mandalorian is one of Disney +'s most ambitious projects, with a series that costs "about $ 100 million" to make, according to Disney CEO Bob Iger. That sets every episode at around $ 12.5 million, comparable to some of them Game of Thrones" latest episodes. It is released weekly, with the latest episodes in association with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in December.

The Mandalorian will premiere on November 12 when Disney + is launched. Disney + costs $ 6.99 a month. A bundle with ESPN + sports streaming service and ad-supported Hulu is also available.