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'The Mandalorian' Is Disney+'s Biggest New Show, but There Aren't Any Early Reviews for It

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If you were to judge Jon Favreau by the critically reviled eggs he laid, like The Lion King remake, along with Cowboys and Aliens and the terrible Iron Man 2 film (it's 73 percent on RT, but it blows, come on), then you'd probably think that The Mandalorian, which is Disney+'s top pony to usher in the exciting new streaming service, is going to stink.

But a quick trip to Jon's IMDB page would reveal that statistically speaking: you'd be wrong.

The man single-handedly created the Marvel Cinematic Universe after betting the house on Iron Man and getting a walking Hollywood redemption story, Robert Downey Jr., involved. A talented actor, writer, and producer in his own right, Jon has a keen eye for adapting source material and bringing something "new" to it. While the live-action Disney remakes are soulless, garbage affairs for the most part, The Jungle Book is easily the best of the bunch.