THE Mandalorian has come under fire again after fans spotted another blunder in the middle of an explosive battle scene.
Last week, viewers noticed a crew member dressed in jeans and a T-shirt pop up in crucial battle scene.
And now eagle-eyed fans have clocked another production slip-up when a cream-coloured stunt mat was spotted during a high-octane action sequence.
During the opening sequence in the episode titled The Siege, the series 12th chapter, Gina Carano's character Cara Dune is seen taking down a group of bandits on Navarro.
In the scene, Cara impressively tackles one of the aliens to the ground after it tried to snack on a space weasel and rolls onto her back.
Despite wowing audiences with the stunt, eagle-eyed viewers spotted the cream-coloured stunt mat, which is usually edited out, where she lands.
Cara then returns to the exact spot seconds later and miraculously the fall mat has disappeared from the shot.
Last week, fan were mad that an on set blunder led to a crew member popping up in crucial battle scene.
Episode four of The Mandalorian's second season featured an adorable scene with Baby Yoda using the force to steal some biscuits.
But it was also a critical episode in the narrative arc of the hit sci-fi meets western Star Wars spin-off.
In the episode Din Djarin aka The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda head back to Nevarro for some critical ship repairs.
The duo reunite with Greef Karga (Carl Weathers) and Cara Dune who ask Mando to help them blow up an old Imperial base.
Things go awry when they get into the base and learn that it was actually a laboratory where test subjects were injected with Baby Yoda’s blood.
This also answers why Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) wanted to acquire Baby Yoda.
He hoped The Child's blood could help people become more Force sensitive.
Throughout their mission Mando, Greef and Cara have to fight off Storm Troopers, culminating in a major battle scene towards the end of the episode.
It was an epic scene, but not everyone was impressed after eagle-eye fans spotted the random crew member in one shot.
The poor guy can be spotted in the left of shot behind the three heroes, in his casual t-shirt and jeans.
It was the second on-set blunder in The Mandalorian after in the first season a boom-mic dipped into shot during Chapter Four – Sanctuary.
But not all was lost in the recent episode after fans lost their mind at the 'game-changing' way Baby Yoda used the Force.
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