Filming on the first season of The Mandalorian has ended, with the first eight episode season wrapping just a few days ago.
First off, here’s a Tweet via Star Wars News Network which shows a now deleted tweet from episode director Damiano Fusca and a Mando helmet signed by the crew of the first season.
In a now deleted tweet it appears #TheMandalorian may have also wrapped filming. The show has been filming since early October. If true it’s certainly possible a full trailer could be available at Celebration. We’ll see! I imagine we’ll hear something from Favreau soon. #StarWars pic.twitter.com/OiIk02CyAy
— SWNN (@StarWarsNewsNet) February 16, 2019
Interestingly, in sharing the post, Making Star Wars mentioned that the crew wrap party took place at the Scum and Villainy Cantina in LA last Tuesday.
Here’s an Instagram post from the_cali_texan showing a relieved crew at the end of shooting.
Interesting that as shooting on Episode IX comes to a close, so does the first season of The Mandalorian, and with Celebration only 53 days away we must be close to seeing footage and getting more information on both projects. Now ILM and the post production teams on both projects get let loose to weave their digital magic.
- Quality plastic mask with T-shaped clear plastic visor