With IG-11 appearing in The Mandalorian, a lot of people are wondering if we\u2019re going to see some other classic bounty hunters in the series. Though Bossk hasn\u2019t been confirmed for the film, we know that his species, the\u00a0 Trandoshans, will be present thanks to this new image from Entertainment Weekly:\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nSome fans have actually noticed that the Trandoshans in the photo actually look very different from Bossk who has more of a snout; the guys here actually have more flat, human faces. If you\u2019ve watched The Clone Wars though, you\u2019ll know that the species is actually very versatile, much like the Twi\u2019leks and Niktos in the universe.\r\n\r\nFor now, there\u2019s a lot of pressure on The Mandalorian to deliver. Not only will it be a major hook for Star Wars fans to subscribe to Disney+, but it will also be setting the bar for other upcoming Star Wars series like the one centered on Cassian Andor as well as the one focused on Obi-Wan Kenobi.\r\n\r\nPersonally, I would have preferred that Lucasfilm stuck to the anthology movie route, since I always thought that Star Wars was all about theatric spectacle. Then again, I could be judging the series too harshly. I guess we\u2019ll just have to see how The Mandalorian turns out before we make any judgements on the future of Star Wars.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=aOC8E8z_ifw\r\n\r\nCatch The Mandalorian on Disney+ when the streaming service launches this coming Nov. 12.