The Mandalorian’s second season premiere was filled with Easter eggs and references. The host and director Jon Favreau not only mentioned his first Marvel Studios movie was Iron Man, he also filmed the original Star Wars trilogy in uncertain places and has even been involved. franchise is not owned by The Walt Disney Company. When Mando and Baby Yoda arrive in the opening scene, they’re surrounded by buildings covered in graffiti, featuring some interesting pieces like the Jawas, the Insignia of the Rebellion League, which appears to be Snowtrooper, and even What looks like a conceptual reproduction of Ralph McQuarrie’s drawing of the C-3PO. But as Yoda says, there̵7;s another thing.
Tucked neatly in the middle of a shot is something that seems none other than a classic Cylon from the Battlestar Galactica sci-fi series. The iconic masks of the robots from the franchise are unmistakable as they can be seen below, although it’s safe to say that the graffiti drawing is intended to be someone who thinks Darth Vader looks like. as after the fall of the Empire. It should be noted that Battlestar Galactica wouldn’t exist without Star Wars, which first debuted on television in 1978 after Star Wars became a global phenomenon, so BSG’s graffiti drawing seems to be a perfect fit.
It should also be pointed out that although the Battlestar Galactica has been restarted for the previous small screen, it is set to go back twice. The iconic sci-fi series is in development but a rebooted TV show differs from Michael Leslie, who wrote Assassin’s Creed film and who is leading the AMC The girl beat the small drum, set to create, write and run a production version for Peacock with Robot Mr. creator Sam Esmail. It was also confirmed last month that X-Men: Dark PhoenixSimon Kinberg’s were exploited to write and produce a reboot-property feature film. It’s unclear what kind of interaction, if any, when the movie and series will come to fruition, or if both will come to fruition.
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