Mandalorian Season 2 Trailer To Debut….
LRMonline Says The Mandalorian Season 2 Trailer Coming Soon
This was the news we were looking for yesterday. And today it’s coming from a source cultivated by the guys at LRMonline.com.
With some wondering when we would get some more Star Wars news or a trailer it seems that we here at LRM have a better idea of when we will see something.
According to our source, the trailer for the second season of The Mandalorian will drop during the first round of the NBA playoffs. The date that they are looking at is either August 21st or August 22nd. Those dates are not by accident either. Remember that Star Wars Celebration was scheduled during that same weekend before it was canceled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
They also added:
Star Wars trailers and sports seem to go hand in hand with multiple movie trailers debuting during Monday Night Football as well as NBA Finals games. The NBA has already resumed play at the Disneyworld Sports Complex in Orlando. The NBA playoffs are expected to begin August 17th barring any stoppage because of the pandemic.
Many were expecting news, soon.
Yesterday, Disney CEO Bob Chapek confirmed the debut of Season 2 of the The Mandalorian during yesterday’s Walt Disney Company investors’ call:
“Millions of fans are anxiously awaiting the highly anticipated second season of The Mandalorian in October,” said Chapek. “The blockbuster series was just honored last week with an incredible 15 Emmy nominations; including outstanding drama series – a first for a debut streaming service.”
All of us need some fun – here’s hoping that source is
My good friend Mike Celestino and I talked about The Mandalorian, the lack of news on the call, as well as everything Star Wars on his show, yesterday.
Check it out:
Joined my good friend Mike from @WhosTheBosskPod for a wide-ranging podcast abt our mutual love of #StarWars & our hope for a reunion at #GalaxysEdge @Disneyland. Thanks for having me on and letting me express admiration for #Jango and #Rey (and #ObiWan). https://t.co/edem9Ilji4
— Obish-Wan (@jmbishopjr) August 5, 2020