Dancing Baby Yoda Featured In The Mandalorian Behind the Scenes Clip (VIDEO)
The second season of The Mandalorian on Disney+ has finally finished, stunning many the past few months with the return of several classic legacy Star Wars characters and new adventures for Din Djarin and Baby Yoda. This season has been celebrated across the media landscape, with The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda making appearances in games like Minecraft and Fortnite to help promote the series. Like last season, Disney has released a new season of their Gallery series focused on The Mandalorian’s production. This new season’s content includes behind the scenes footage that features a dancing Baby Yoda.
Here’s a Christmas present to all those who asked me what it’s like to hang out with Baby Yoda on the set of #TheMandalorian #TheTragedy. Check out #DisneyGallery for more behind the scenes! pic.twitter.com/6ShINBxJAN
— Robert Rodriguez (@Rodriguez) December 25, 2020
Director Robert Rodriguez released a behind the scenes video from The Mandalorian set to help promote the new season of Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian, on his official Twitter account. The video shows Rodriguez on the set for the episode Chapter 14: The Tragedy which he directed. On the Tython Jedi Temple set, Rodriguez has an acoustic guitar and plays a tune next to the Grogu animatronic puppet sat on top of the temple. Suddenly, the puppet begins rocking its head back and forth and gyrating its body in-sync with the rhythm of Rodriguez’s strumming.
Besides the Dancing Baby Yoda clip, the new season of Gallery includes other behind the scenes videos related to Chapter 14: The Tragedy. This episode sees the return of Boba Fett confirmed with him fighting several stormtroopers. To visualize this, Rodriguez recorded his sons in their backyard placing action figures strategically to capture the cinematography inspiration. Some of this video can be seen in the new Gallery season. Rodriguez also expressed his intent to turn Boba’s “3-page battle scene into a 9-minute battle scene” and incorporate actor Temura Morrison’s Maori culture into the choreography and gaffi stick prop weapon’s design. The creatives behind The Mandalorian clearly put a lot of care into the show, but videos like Rodriguez’s help show how much fun they have even in the midst of big productions like this. It’s good to love the art you do, even when it’s technically work. This is the way.
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