THE Mandalorian director has confirmed Chapter 11 includes a sneaky sci-fi Easter Egg.
Jurassic World star Bryce Dallas Howard, 39, directed The Mandalorian's 11th chapter 'The Heiress' and paid tribute to her Oscar-winning director dad, Ron Howard.
Ron, 66, directed the 1995 movie Apollo 13 and a fan noticed the Howard-related Easter egg on Twitter.
They posted clip from the 90s movies and Bryce's episode of The Mandalorian side by side and wrote: "Like father, like daughter, don't think I didn't catch that awesome homage paid to your dad!"
Bryce would respond by confirming: "Nice catch!! 100% correct."
The very similar scenes that are 25 years apart was a nice touch by the director and the Jurassic World star.
The Mandalorian boss Phil Szostak defended the 'intentionally disturbing' moment Baby Yoda eats an alien's eggs after a huge backlash.
Baby Yoda couldn't resist sneaking over to the portable tank she was carrying the unfertilized eggs in, popping it open, and eating some.
Responding to the backlash, Lucasfilm creative art manager Phil Szostak wrote on Twitter: "For the record, Chapter 10 of The Mandalorian makes it clear that the Frog Lady’s eggs are unfertilized, like the chicken eggs many of us enjoy.
"But obviously, chickens aren’t sentient beings and the Child eating the eggs is intentionally disturbing, for comedic effect.
He added: "Fans of horror know that disturbing things make some of us laugh and some of us squirm, or both. Your mileage may vary."
Viewers of the popular Disney+ show are calling for Cara Dun star Gina Marano to be axed after a series of controversial Instagram posts.
She sparked complaints with her thoughts on the US election, as well as coronavirus guidance to wear a mask.
"We need to clean up the election process so we are not left feeling the way we do today. Put laws in place that protect us against voter fraud," she wrote earlier this month.
"Investigate every state. Film the counting. Flush out the fake votes.
Require ID. Make Voter Fraud end in 2020. Fix the system."
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