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The Mandalorian - Season 3

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The first official trailer for the third season of Star Wars: The Mandalorian was released at D23 Expo on Saturday and gave fans their first look at the eagerly anticipated new season which is set to arrive on Disney+ in February 2023, including the reunion of Din Djarin and Grogu as well as what's next for Din. The trailer also reveals glimpses of new faces in the upcoming season as well as a familiar, fan-favorite one from Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker: Babu Frik.


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An actor from Swingers becomes the only hope for Star Wars... Whodahthunkit?
 

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Finally but still have to wait until next year
 

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im tired of star wars stuff. obi-wan was what i was waiting for now its just fatigue.
 
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Yeah, I'm burnt out on SW and S Trek too. At 64, having been well on in for all of the beginning of both franchises, it's hard to come up with something that really gets me going. I enjoyed the Season 2 end of Mando, that was fun, but it was kind of a long slog to get there. Same feeling re all of the Marvel stuff. It's being created mostly for a younger generation that can enjoy it with fresh eyes and fewer miles on their tires.
 

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Yeah, I'm burnt out on SW and S Trek too. At 64, having been well on in for all of the beginning of both franchises, it's hard to come up with something that really gets me going.
I hear you... Our Sunday night dinner includes watching the old "Lost in Space" episodes.
Totally cheezy and totally old-skool stoopid but prevents us from gagging during dinner...:facepalm:
 

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I try to look at the newer shows from older eyes with a younger mindset. :)
Suspension of disbelief is a b!tch, huh? I find myself willing to let go in hopes of a good ride. Sometimes it pays off. :D Mando and Andor have been good. I actually enjoyed Kenobi despite the obvious flaws.
*shrugs
I'm in as long as they are willing to give me the eye candy our subscription dollars are paying for! ;)
 

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Suspension of disbelief is a b!tch, huh? I find myself willing to let go in hopes of a good ride. Sometimes it pays off. :D Mando and Andor have been good. I actually enjoyed Kenobi despite the obvious flaws.
*shrugs
I'm in as long as they are willing to give me the eye candy our subscription dollars are paying for! ;)
Mando and Andor yes. Kenobi was a bridge too far. Don't think I'll bother with more Boba Fett either. Might try the new Ahsoka coming up.
 
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