KEY POINTS

  • Leaked video of "The Mandalorian" Season 2 surfaces online
  • There will be a volcanic planet on the show
  • The fans will also get to see Tatooine

Filming of “The Mandalorian” Season 2 is underway, and the fans will get to see some familiar locations when the show returns. Leaked pictures and a video from the production set that have surfaced online suggest that there will be a volcanic planet on the show this time around.

The following article contains minor spoilers from the first season of “The Mandalorian” TV series.

A leaked video from the production set of the show has surfaced on Making Star Wars. The burnt trees and the smoldering remains on the set suggest that there will be a volcanic planet on the show.

The volcanic planet featured in the first season of the series was Nevarro. However, it remains to be seen if the show will take the fans to Mustafar, the planet that has Darth Vader’s castle.

The other big planet that is expected to be featured on the show once again is Tatooine. The planet was a big part of the original trilogy, and it may have a bigger role in “The Mandalorian” Season 2.

Among the other familiar elements from the first season that were seen on the set were AT-ST and the TIE fighter. The AT-ST was removed when the video was filmed and the fighter was covered up, suggesting that some of the filming related to the Empire have been completed on this set.

There were several fan theories about the show, and not all of them came true. According to a list compiled by Screen Rant, some of these theories that didn’t come true included the belief that the baby is a clone of Yoda.

One of the main characters that the fans are looking forward to seeing on the show is Boba Fett, a possibility that was teased in the first season. However, according to Screen Rant, the introduction of the character on the show may not be a good idea for Disney.

“The Mandalorian” Season 2 is expected to be released at some point this year on Disney+. The exact release date hasn’t yet been announced.

The Mandalorian Giancarlo Esposito plays an underworld character in "The Mandalorian" TV series. Photo: Star Wars/Facebook