Disney+ has a massive hit on its hands with The Mandalorian, and one of the reasons for that is the character known as The Child, aka Baby Yoda, as nearly everyone calls him. The doll-like Baby Yoda is a member of the same alien species as Yoda from the Star Wars franchise, and he’s on [
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Baby Yoda, the money-printing meme machine created by Disney to beat us all into submission with cuteness, caught fire across social media the instant he first appeared on the Disney+ Star Wars series The Mandalorian. (Get that “The Child” nonsense straight out of my face, his name is Baby Yoda.) Chief among those memes was the image of the tiny robed alien sipping from a mug of soup while the Mando (Pedro Pascal) and Cara Dune (Gina Carano) fight. It’s proven to be an extremely versatile image...
It was the bone broth that launched 1,000 memes. And Mandalorian director Bryce Dallas Howard’s kids deserve much of the credit. Early on in Episode 4 of the Disney+ series’ first season, a brawl between Mando and rebel trooper-turned-mercenary Cara Dune is brought to an adorable halt when they look over and see The Child [
ATX Television Festival had a stacked panel for Disney+’s The Mandalorian with show creator, executive producer and writer Jon Favreau as well as show directors Dave Filoni, Deborah Chow, Rick Famuyiwa, Bryce Dallas Howard and Taika Waititi. From the get-go, Favreau had an idea of how he wanted to frame the Star Wars spin-off. Says Favreau in the pre-recorded [
We really shouldn't be laughing, but