Rian Johnson Just Gave a Spoiler About Baby Yoda's Future

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During one of the first scenes of this new episode of The Mandalorian, the bounty hunter and his companion, now called "Baby Yoda" by fans around the world, flee to a planet called Sorgan. We discuss! In more spoiler-free Mandalorian conversation, we look at The Camtono and discover where the name for it may have originated.

That's because it is Rian Johnson, the writer and director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, which is beloved by an bad lot of fans of the franchise, but despised by others. We dig deeper into some weird comments made by Kathleen Kennedy about STAR WARS source material and consider the "End of the Skywalker Saga" marketing campaign. "Baby Yoda" was unveiled in the Disney+ original series, Star Wars: The Mandalorian.

It's this year's hottest Christmas gift, but it doesn't actually exist.

"Where is Baby Yoda?".

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Keep in mind that this engagement is only based on the interactions related to articles about Baby Yoda and doesn't include the tons of Baby Yoda memes and GIFs that everyone's seen this month - meaning Baby Yoda's true reach and viral status would likely dwarf the engagement of all of the Democratic contenders combined.

Unfortunately, MelvonANDReine has stopped all orders for their Baby Yoda plush for the time being, "due to the large quantity of orders". And the memes are awesome. However, just like all other CGI, a computer-generated Baby Yoda would lack the texture and realistic look that the puppet has.

ParrotAnalytics added that demand for The Mandalorian almost tripled compared to its debut week, becoming one of the few shows to ever break 100,000,000 average daily demand. "I had a day with one of the weirdest moments I've ever had directing". Nanobuds said the image they shared earlier this week, and seen up above, is "just a quick test", and that the final version "will have the correct eyes". Werner is talking to the baby as if it was a real thing. "I'm sad", said Sophie Orenstein, 17, a Manhattan high school student who was browsing at the "Star Wars" section of the Times Square Disney Store on Friday. That means, when it comes to Baby Yoda stuffed animals or lifelike figurines, it could be black market or bust this holiday season.