Star Wars Fans Spot Major Mistake on The Mandalorian’s Latest Episode

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December 02, 2019  04:27 PM



Star Wars: The Mandalorian might have taken Star Wars fans by storm with a style unique to the Star Wars franchise and an adorable surprise character in the form of Baby Yoda, but that doesn’t mean that the series is immune to mistakes.

In fact, fans couldn’t help but spot a little slip-up in the latest episode of Jon Favreau’s Star Wars live-action series. In one scene in episode four where Pedro Pascal’s Mandalorian talks with Omera (Julia Jones) in a hut in a small farmer’s village, viewers get to see a boom mic briefly creeping into view and moving around the scene.

It’s a small mistake, but eagle-eyed fans didn’t miss the boom mic.

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We wouldn’t really worry too much about the boom mic, though we hope that the series doesn’t commit any other mistakes in the future. There’s been a whole lot of love over the new Star Wars live-action series. Pascal’s charisma shines even though we don’t really get to see his face in the entirety of The Mandalorian. Baby Yoda has been a scene-stealer as well, with fans gushing over the green, doe-eyed, 50-year-old child.

Fans aren’t the only ones who’ve fallen in love with him though. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker star Daisy Ridley has also been following the series and considers Baby Yoda one of the cutest things to come out of the franchise – much cuter than Porgs, the adorable Ahch-To birds from Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Star Wars: The Mandalorian is available for streaming on Disney+.

Read: J.J. Abrams: The Rise of Skywalker Will Definitely Answer the Big Fan Questions

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