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Two of the most iconic moments in the Disney era of Star Wars were the hallway scenes in Rogue One (with Darth Vader) and the Season 2 Finale of The Mandalorian (with Luke Skywalker). Did Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, and Peyton Reed intentionally have Luke Skywalker's entrance in The Mandalorian mirror
Publish Date: Aug 28, 2021
Two of the most iconic moments in the Disney era of Star Wars were the hallway scenes in Rogue One (with Darth Vader) and the Season 2 Finale of The Mandalorian (with Luke Skywalker). Did Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, and Peyton Reed intentionally have Luke Skywalker's entrance in The Mandalorian mirror Rogue One? What are the similarities? And what are the differences? Check out this fun excerpt from this week's episode of Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast!
before we do that, Samuel had, it's been an almost nine months since that episode really, it's been that long um thoughts on on that episode now that you've had a chance to kind of let it set for a while. I think it's a good episode. I mean, I guess my thoughts really haven't changed on it much um as I was watching it, you know, my thoughts as to where they can go from here is about the same, nothing's really changed about the luke Skywalker part of it. What do you know? I think, I think it was a cool scene and I don't know if I mentioned this nine months ago, but you know when he's in the hallway, it really near ear's Darth Vader from wrote one in a light side way, and I think that was that's a cool like mirror there. They didn't mention that on the show, on the Disney gallery, the mantle oriented, but I mean, they had to like been cross referencing it with Rogue One because it was very similar. A lot of the moves he did. Well, it's it's interesting because they, in Rogue One, you see Darth Vader at his at his greatest moment, but it's evil, it is evil in this one, they were intentionally trying to show what luke Skywalker would be at the height of his general powers and so it's very similar on that