The Mandalorian fans thrilled as Star Wars legend finally makes debut in season 2 – but did you spot him?November 2, 2020
THE Mandalorian fans were thrilled when one of the biggest Star Wars legends finally made their debut for the new series – but did you spot him?
Disney Plus' return of the much-loved American streaming television series hit our screens last Friday and certainly didn't disappoint.
The first episode followed Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) on a mission to help find Baby Yoda's family with the help of
At the end of the 46 minutes worth of action packed return, actor Temuera Morrison appears walking into the sunset and fans think it's a sign of the return of bounty hunter Boba Fett.
Despite it all being rumours, viewers have a right to jump to conclusions after rumours started circulating that he would take on the role.
Many fans of the show couldn't believe what was on their screens and took to Twitter to make sure their eyes weren't deceiving them.
One wrote: "Did anyone notice that was boba fett’s mandalorian armor?"
Another said: "Holy S**T?! Did BOBA FETT SURVIVE THE SARLACC???!!!! #BobaFett#Mandalorian#MandalorianSeason2"
A third wrote: "#Mandalorian Boba Fett is alive?!"
A fourth added: "Was that Boba Fett at the end of the first episode of Season Two of @themandalorian or is it just a clone?"
Although fans have been left slightly confused considering the legend died all the way back in Return of the Jedi when he fell into fell into the Sarlacc.
There have also been theories that Boba may have already made his return to The Mandalorian without any of us knowing – and was actually the figure who stood over Fennec Shand after she was shot by Toro Calican.
To further confuse things, the New Zealand star also played Boba's father, Jango in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones back in 2002, and fans will know that Boba is actually a clone of Jango.
But it seems that American film and television production company Lucasfilm have confirmed everyone's guesses as they filed a new trademark for Boba Fett's name a matter of days before the opening episode.
Die hard fans were so desperate to find out what happens next to Mando and The Child that they 'booked the day off work' to binge the new series last week, only to discover that the streaming service are releasing episodes every Friday.
To add to the excitement, creator Jon Favreau has teased that there could be a spin-off movie in the making after the end of the current season.
If the trailer is anything to go by season 2 is an absolute must watch.
The Mandalorian continues this Friday on Disney+
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