The film stars Pedro Pascal, Carl Weathers, Chris Bartlett, Barry Lowin, Gina Carano, Giancarlo Esposito, Leilani Shiu, Misty Rosas, Omid Abtahi, Temuera Morrison, Ming-Na Wen, Taika Waititi, Emily Swallow, Katy M. O’Brian and many more…
When and Where was The Mandalorian filmed?
The Mandalorian Season 1 Filming Locations
MBS Media Campus
Address: 1600 Rosecrans Ave, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266, United States
2. Lake Powell, Arizona
Lake Powell is on the Colorado River an artificial reservoir in Utah and Arizona. The background for the helmet ceremony seen in the film with the Armorer on the side of a lake beach is filmed at Lake Powell between Utah and Arizona.
The ruined Jedi Temple on Tython featured in Chapter 14 of this series: Tragedy bears similarities to places such as the Texas Canyon near Wilcox (Arizona) or the Alabama Hills in the Sierra Nevada (California)
3. Neist Cliff Viewpoint
Neist Point is an iconic destination, with cliff scenery, and a lighthouse. It is the most westerly point located on the Duirinish peninsula. In Chapter 17, “The Apostate”, the Mandalorian Castle is actually filmed in the Neist Cliff Viewpoint in Neist Point on Kalevala planet.
4. El Segundo, California, USA
El Segundo is a city that is located in Los Angeles County, California. El Segundo includes the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles Air Force Base, and dozens of Fortune 500 companies. Studious in El Segundo is also used for filming the series.
5. Manly Beacon
“Manly Beacon” is a massive pinnacle rising above the Death Valley Badlands. In the series the spacecraft arrives at the Arvala-7, a remote planet is filmed at the Manly Beacon, and to the right is the Red Cathedral at Zabriskie Point.
6. Kilauea’s volcano, Hawaii
Kīlauea is an active shield volcano which is located in the Hawaiian Islands. In season 1 of The Mandalorian instead of a green screen, 3D images are projected,The lava field landscape depicted in the footage from the planet Navarro shown in the series is actually from Kilauea’s volcano, Hawaii.
The scenery of Planet Morak shown in Chapter 15 of this series looks similar to the lush green forests found in Hawaii.
The Mandalorian Season 2 Filming Locations
Some of the locations in which the first season was shot were also shot in the second season like Manhattan Beach Studios, Texas Canyon, Alabama Hills, etc.
Los Angeles: Season 2 was also primarily shot at the MBS Media Campus studios in Manhattan Beach which is located in Los Angeles. This is the location where some of the major sets featured in the series were filmed, such as the Japanese samurai-like settlement on planet Corvusin Chapter 13.
Pamukkale is a town which is located in western Turkey, Noted for the mineral-rich thermal water flowing down from white travertine terraces on the nearby hill.
The scene in the second episode of the series’ second season in which the Frog Lady is seen taking thermal baths in some hot-spring travertine terraces was actually filmed in Pamukkale (Turkey).
The Mandalorian Season 3 Locations
There are several locations in the UK that are frequently used for filming. If you’re planning to visit in the United Kingdom, you can visit these popular filming locations to actually see them and experience the filmy world.
In addition to the locations shown above, the location shown in Chapter 17 where the Mandalorian Castle is located in the planet Kalevala is actually the Nest Cliff Viewpoint at Nest Point, the westernmost tip of the extraordinary Isle of Skye in Scotland.
Other Locations The Mandalorian Season 3 Include:-
Los Angeles: Like the previous seasons of the series, the third season was also shot at MBS Media Campus Studios, which is located in Los Angeles.
New Mexico: Shown in the third episode of the season, “The Foundling”, is a silhouette of the famous Shiprock on Navajo Nation land in New Mexico.
Arizona and Arizona: The series featured background scenes such as the helmet ceremony with the Armorer on a lakeside beach such as Lake Powell of the Colorado River in Utah and Arizona.