‘The Mandalorian 2’: Episode 4 teases the return of old allies

Star Wars’ The Mandalorian 2 is once again ruling the hearts of the viewers. And this weekend will now see the reveal of episode 4.

According to Gamesradar, the next episode/chapter teaser of The Mandalorian 2 just revealed a big return of season one characters. Yes, old allies of Mando, Greef Karga, and Carla Dune are coming back!

Both the characters were quite helpful to Din Djarin in the first installment last year. Where Carl Weathers plays Greef, Gina Carano plays the role of Carla.

‘The Mandalorian 2’ upcoming episode details

The details on Chapter 12 of the second season were observed recently on IMDb. However, it can’t be fully trusted since anyone can edit the information on that portal. But still, regarding the story and how it’s shaping up, it’s certain that the old allies are coming back.

The information on the IMDb about the episode “The Siege” read:

“The Mandalorian rejoins old allies for a new mission.”

Interestingly, actor Carl Weathers is even directing this episode, or in other words, Chapter 12.

The next destination of Din Djarin is said to be Corvus. It’s also where Clone Wars Jedi Ahsoka Tano currently stays. But one thing is certain that Mando and the Child will face another dangerous situation for sure. Because that’s been the highlight in each chapter so far, another thing is that the remaining season will focus on the search of Tano and Moff Gideon’s Darksaber-led revenge plan.

Regarding the fifth episode of The Mandalorian 2, it will be directed by Dave Filoni.

New titles arriving on Disney Plus soon

Meanwhile, the next year looks really hopeful and literally big in every way possible because Disney Plus will witness the first-ever MCU-based content in January 2021 with WandaVision.

Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and other anticipated titles are also about to delight the die-hard lovers. And it will happen soon than later since the wait is almost over now. This year saw big delays in the form of Black Widow and Eternals. They were initially scheduled to release in 2020, but it wasn’t possible due to COVID-19.

Theaters across the globe are shutdown, mostly. And no big production house wants to incur a huge loss on such anticipated movies, especially when it’s Disney. It canceled all the projects of Marvel Studios this year and moved the future slate further.

Speaking of TV shows, the shooting of Marvel productions also witnessed long delays. However, the very new series like Falcon and the Winter and WandaVision are finally ready to stream. But before they arrive, The Mandalorian 2 will definitely keep the viewers engaged on Disney Plus service.


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