A pretty long list of stores will carry the products, including Amazon, Zazzle, Target, Kohl's, Macy's, Hot Topic, and Box Lunch, according to CNBC. Merch will also be available at Disney retailers and parks, but there isn't confirmation it will ship before the holidays. In fact, two T-shirts have already hit Amazon and can be bought here and here.
"Baby Yoda" is the nickname everybody has given to the creature that's featured prominently in the now three-episode space Western. If you want to be among the first people to see them, you'd better set your alarm pretty early in the morning (or stay up extremely late).
Creator Jon Favreau said it was a deliberate decision that no marketing around the character would appear ahead ahead of the show, to ensure Baby Yoda's appearance at the end of the first episode would remain a leak-free surprise.
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But shortly thereafter, the producers distanced themselves from the situation, saying it was between Swift and her ex-label. Even so, rumor has it, if Swift does go through with her show, the presentation will be unforgettable.
With this sort of roll out before the holidays, it is highly likely this merchandise will include items themed around Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker as well.
Interestingly, the adorable little guy is being called "The Child" by Disney, which is a more fitting name than "Yoda Baby".it is also the name of the show's second episode.
The Mandalorian nevertheless offloads Baby Yoda to his mysterious client (Werner Herzog), and we get that devastating shot of him craning in his bassinet to look back, without understanding, at his rescuer-turned-betrayer. We really wanted to have it be that you had to watch it yourself, so that every time you watch the show, there are new twists and secrets that come out. "Part of that was holding back on some of the merchandise and holding back on some of the characters". When Greef Karga (Carl Weathers) jokes that the Mandalorian's clients might eat the baby or turn it into a wall-hanging, Mando looks more anxious than amused.