The Mandalorian teams up with an ex-soldier to protect a village from raiders.
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Bryce Dallas Howard
spoke about the inspiration from Jurassic World
(2015) for the AT-ST: "I didn't feel like we really had seen an AT-ST be as scary as it potentially can be before," she said. "And the other thing that I was really eager to explore, is that I wanted it to feel like a dinosaur. And Jon [showrunner Jon Favreau
]was totally cool with that. That's sort of the reference I definitely go to in my head the idea of being chased by a T. rex, that's familiar to me," she said. "That's something that was really fun, was to just project that persona onto the AT-ST." See more
Between 16:34 and 16:39, the boom mic will be visible on the top right-hand corner of the screen. It dips in between The Mandalorian and Omera while they talk about The Child playing with the other children. See more
[to the Child
I'm gonna go out there and I'm gonna look around. It shouldn't take too long. Now, don't touch anything. I'll find us some lodging, then I'll come back for you. You stay right here. You stay. Don't move. You understand? Great.
[Moves to exit the ship. The Child appears next to him