New details about an alien character in “The Mandalorian” TV series have leaked online. This new character belongs to a species that was first seen on the Cloud City in the film “The Empire Strikes Back.” With this addition, it looks like the show will be rich with alien creatures, making the world just as good as the ones seen in the big budget “Star Wars” films.

When Nick Nolte’s casting was announced for “The Mandalorian,” very few details about his character were revealed. When The Hollywood Reporter first reported on the casting, it noted that the character details of the cast members are “stuffed deep in the Sarlacc pit.” Now, a few details about Nolte’s character have leaked online.

The following article contains spoilers from the upcoming “Star Wars” live-action TV series “The Mandalorian.”

According to a report by Making Star Wars, Nolte is playing an ugnaught in “The Mandalorian.” Ugnaughts are pig-like aliens that were first seen on the Cloud City in “The Empire Strikes Back” movie. They have subsequently been seen in other “Star Wars” content, including TV shows and novels from the franchise.

This new ugnaught will not be created digitally. Instead, Stan Winston’s shop of experts have reportedly come up with a new animatronic mask that worked on voice commands. The TV series is reportedly using cutting edge technology in both the practical effects and the digital graphics. The mask, in particular, reportedly looks “amazing.” There will be more practical effects on the show, something that the fans love.

Nolte reportedly filmed his scenes in a makeshift studio, not on the set. The actor is said to be done with his part in the show, and it reportedly took him a few hours to complete all the recording for his scenes.

Given the limited amount of time that Nolte has worked on “The Mandalorian,” it appears that the ugnaught character will not have a substantial role. The report noted that the presence of the actor may be more for promotional purposes, but still, Nolte apparently brought something “special” to this role.

The filming aspect isn’t the only one the TV series is focused on. The official Star Wars website has announced that they have roped in composer Ludwig Goransson to write the score for “The Mandalorian.” Goransson wrote the score for “Black Panther” recently, and he appears to be a “Star Wars” fan as well. The composer said that he hopes to honor the tradition when it comes to the music of the franchise and “ try to remember that there is no try,” which is a reference to a popular dialogue from Jedi Master Yoda.