Baby Yoda won the heart of Lucas: props for $5 million

“The Mandalorian” star Baby Yoda even captured the heart of George Lucas, the father of the Star Wars film, and creator Jon Favreau released a live work photo of Lucas holding Baby Yoda: it’s said to be expensive to shoot with Baby Oda props, which cost $5 million. Jon Favreau once reprimanded the actor for being a little lighter, causing the latter to be very nervous, three times in a row NG.

Baby Yoda brings down Lucas props for $5 million

Baby Yoda brings down Lucas props for $5 million

In addition, “The Hollywood Reporter” through a source to hear, “Ray the Gods 4” and the six-time Oscar-nominated “JoJo’s Whey World” director Taika Waititi was approached by Disney, the company is interested in cultivating him as the director of a new Star Wars film.

Baby Yoda brings down Lucas props for $5 million

Viditi has an engagement with Marvel’s Kevin Fitzy in “Thunder 4,” who is also planning a new Star Wars film. It is not known whether Vidati’s Star Wars and Ferc’s version of Star Wars are the same work.

Viditti, who finished the first season of “The Mandalorians,” directed the final episode of the season, “Redemption,” and voiced IG11:

Baby Yoda brings down Lucas props for $5 million

Baby Yoda brings down Lucas props for $5 million

Baby Yoda brings down Lucas props for $5 million

Baby Yoda brings down Lucas props for $5 million

Jon Favreau, the creator of the Mandalorian series, will obviously make an assessment of the director of the episodes, and perhaps Viditi’s ability has prompted him to push the company to shake an olive branch to the New Zealander.

Perhaps “The Mandalorian” is a trial, by the company’s seeded players to serve as the director of each episode, to see if their grasp of the Star Wars theme is appropriate. Deborah Chow became the first female Star Wars director in film history when she was immediately approached by the company to shoot the Obi-Wan series after filming the third and seventh episodes of “The Man of Man.”

Baby Yoda brings down Lucas props for $5 million

At present, Viditi has a number of projects in his hands, in addition to “Ray the God 4” and Warner’s japanese adaptation of “Akira”, as well as his favorite book production of Next Goal Wins, will not be cut into a lack of skill? This is a key factor in the success of the Vidati version of Star Wars.