Crew Member Caught On Camera During Scene In The Mandalorian
As was proven last year with Game of Thrones' coffee cup gaffe, it doesn't matter how big the budget of a TV show may be, sometimes things just don't go as planned.
Well, mow the folks over at Disney have reminded us all of this lesson after a crew member was spotted in the back of a shot in an episode of The Mandalorian.
Eagle-eyed viewers watching the latest instalment of the hit Star Wars spin-off spotted a member of the production team wearing a t-shirt and jeans, poking out to the left-hand side of the shot.
The scene sees Greef Karga (Carl Weathers), Cara Dune (Gina Carano), and Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) doing battle with a hoard of stormtroopers.
And as the lasers flash, you can just about make out the poor sod trying and failing to hide from view. Unlucky.
Earlier this month, the show came in for some criticism after one episode allegedly showed Baby Yoda committing an act of genocide. Yes, really.
A number of fans of The Mandalorian called for The Child to be 'cancelled' after it was seen gorging on the eggs of an endangered species in a recent episode of series two.
Yep, apparently the gusto with which the fictional character feasted on the fictional eggs really upset one or two people who felt it was not as funny as it was intended to be and, in fact, rather offensive.
One shocked viewer wrote: "The decision to make Baby Yoda eat the eggs of a sentient creature desperately trying to continue its family line in the wake of an implied genocide is, well it's a lot."
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A second put: "Mandalorian spoiler alert: Baby Yoda commits genocide."
A third wrote: "Baby Yoda literally committed mass genocide of a dying species and y'all wanna go 'aww cute lil green baby' what the f*** y'all on."
While another critic added: "Baby Yoda is actually extremely f***ed up and loves doing genocide."
But not everyone was so outraged by the episode, and many came to the character's and the show's defence.
Taking to Twitter, one perplexed fan said: "So people are legitimately offended by Baby Yoda eating eggs. An alien infant committing genocide by eating eggs in a space show. Hahahaha, there are no bounds to people's stupidity."
While another commented: "Cancel culture can f*** right off. Episode 10 was a solid episode of The Mandalorian and the egg eating joke was a welcome ounce of dark humour to the show. Baby Yoda is not committing genocide. Jeez. Can't believe how f***ing stupid people are. Its f***ing frog eggs."
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