Was The Mandalorians Baby Yoda spoiled by Rian Johnson in the series?

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Not a lot was known about The Mandalorian before it premiered on November 12 with the Disney+ launch.

The Mandalorian released its first episode with the launch of Disney's streaming service. This was done when we were going to show more of his backstory in the film.

Baby Yoda hasn't found a home yet but the journey will be lit as long as he's got control of the aux cord.

Toymaker Hasbro confirmed to Vanity Fair that, "unfortunately, it would not have any Baby Yoda toys available until 2020, so it will not be in stores in time for the upcoming holidays".

Internet gold, Baby Yoda is. The show focuses on a lone bounty hunter collecting contracts after the destruction of the Empire in Return of the Jedi.

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Rian Johnson recently explained that he'd love to step back into the Star Wars universe to direct an episode of The Mandalorian.

Some spoilers for The Mandalorian ahead! Despite that hitch, Baby Yoda remains as popular as ever. But if you don't have Disney+ you may not understand what Baby Yoda is all about. "I've been holding that secret in my heart for forever now".

Ever since then, the Internet has done what it does best and made the adorable little creature into some fantastic memes. I could have done without the edited baby sounds, but they play up the silliness, which is never a bad thing. And episode four of The Mandalorian, which gave us the instantly iconic image of him holding a soup bowl, has led to the internet's best work yet with the Yodaling. CGI has not been chosen after the realization was made that Alien characters can be portrayed without CGI.

The cockpit is full of colorful lights and interesting switches, catnip for tiny children - so of course our big-eared baby can't help but touch them. When Jon Favreau talked about replacing the character with a CGI version, Werner Herzog called him a coward. Oh well. Enjoying baby Yoda while he's here will still be enough.

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