Season 2 of The Mandalorian was fired in Disney + with the time never wanted to arrive, but also with the cameo of cameos. However, although we will have to wait for the third installment of the series to discover if, indeed, we have witnessed the final separation between Grogu and Mando ( Pedro Pascal ), the truth is that the enjoyment of seeing Luke Skywalker ( Mark Hamill ) Appearing in the cockpit of the ship and removing the hood, to everyone’s surprise, is something that no one can take from us.

The first to enjoy his appearance in the star of the original Disney + series has been Mark Hamill himself who, after appearing again as Luke – rejuvenated with CGI – in the last episode of the second season, ‘The Rescue ‘ has not been slow to be seen on social networks, showing pride that the surprise effect has been able to remain until the end

And it is that, despite the attempts of Disney + to keep every detail of the fiction in absolute secret, it is difficult that they do not end up producing leaks of some kind. In fact, although the existence of Baby Yoda could be safeguarded in the first season, it was rumored ahead of time that Boba Fett ( Temuera Morrison ) or Ashoka Tano ( Rosario Dawson ) would be in the second installment and even the names of the actors who they would interpret them. Thus, we have to admit to Hamill that yes, it does indeed mean a triumph.

It’s not Hamill’s only cameo in The Mandalorian, who, as Deadline recalls, already made a stellar appearance in the fifth episode of season one, voicing the droid EV-9D9 during a scene in the Tatooine cantina.

What can we expect from the union of Grogu and Luke? Has El Niño de Mando been separated forever? Can we meet him again in season three? Without a doubt, one of the big questions that fans ask themselves after the end of the second installment, although, as always, the secret about the future that awaits our protagonists promises to be kept with great care.