Four new photos from the upcoming drama were released on Sunday, shortly after a panel was held for the show at Chicago's Star Wars Celebration fan convention.
Judging by a slew of new images, jaded fanboys might actually give this one a pass.
Following discussion of Pascal's The Mandalorian, Favreau would introduce Carano's character as Cara Dune.
The panel opened with Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy, series creator Jon Favereau, and director Dave Filoni welcoming the crowd and thanking them for a successful weekend at Star Wars Celebration. You may have been able to infer that from the helmet alone.More news: Taliban announce annual spring offensive in Afghanistan
Carl Weathers plays Greef, who runs a guild of bounty hunters and is the man who sets the Mandalorian up with his latest important assignment.
A trailer for the project was also screened. Most famously, the actor plays Anakin Skywalker in the beloved animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars. When the stream got turned back on though, people were losing their minds... so yeah that's probably going to leak online very quickly and we'll update as soon as it does.
Carano will reportedly be playing Cara Dune, an ex-rebel shocktrooper. The Mandalorian takes the job, but before he leaves, Herzog's character has a few parting words for him: "It's good for beskar to be back in the hands of a Mandalorian".
The Mandalorian will be available on Disney+ on its launch day, which is scheduled for November 12, 2019. Plenty of exciting behind the scenes footage was shared, and we even saw a shot of George Lucas on set.More news: Musk Tweets Tesla Will Make Over 500000 Cars in 12 Months
Lastly, we got a look at Razorcrest, Mandalorian's ship. And this won't be the only Star Wars series coming to Disney+: A prequel to the 2016 flick Rogue One is also in the works, starring Diego Luna in his film role of Cassian Andor.
Favreau also revealed behind-the-scenes footage that included the titular Mandalorian riding a Dewback, a giant lizard from Tatooine.
One cool detail mentioned on the panel, is that when the production needed more Stormtroopers for scenes, they called up the 501st Legion, the long-running Stormtrooper cosplay group. "Everyone was from a different perspective, a different generation", Favreau said. Are you excited for The Mandalorian? "We love pulling all the different stories together".More news: Zidane: Madrid could sell a lot of players to make money