- The Mandalorian accidentally left a boom mic in a shot and fans are calling out the show on Twitter.
- The moment goes down midway through Chapter 4: The Sanctuary.
Good morning to baby Yoda only! In the event that you haven’t already conned one of your friends into giving you their Disney+ password, lemme catch you up real quick: The Mandalorian is a lifestyle. The show, set in the Star Wars universe, is absolutely k-i-l-l-i-n-g it on Disney’s new streaming service and already has a massive fan base. But, uh, unfortunately said massive fan base noticed a giant editing fail in a recent episode: The show fully left a boom mic in a shot.
The mic can be seen about halfway through Chapter 4: The Sanctuary, when our main man the Mandalorian is chatting to Omera. You probably didn’t notice the mic because the shot in question is super dark and it actually only shows up when you turn up the brightness on your TV, computer, or, in my case, broken old iPhone. And even then, it’s not that easy to see, so it’s pretty understandable that the show’s editors missed it.
Still, though, Twitter is going nuts:
All that money spent on The Mandalorian and they can’t stop a boom mic from entering a shot? 🤦🏻♂️— The Notorious D.A.V.E. (@sootster) November 29, 2019
Boom mic in The Mandalorian— Rob Macey (@macey_rob) December 2, 2019
I have spoken. Into the mic. Which is in the shot... pic.twitter.com/HwvFw5ipRG
Anyone else catch the boom mic in The Mandalorian at the top right of episode 4!? 😱 pic.twitter.com/dgYePSlhpD— Angel Amaral (@BluRayAngel) November 29, 2019
Whatever—I, for one, am willing to suspend disbelief and assume the microphone is simply a floating piece of Star Wars technology. Like, maybe baby Yoda is moving it around with his mind. You don’t know!!!!!!
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