BABY YODA: 'THE MANDALORIAN' STAR ISN'T REAL, BUT WHY SHOULDN'T IT COMPETE FOR AWARDS?

Baby Yoda won the hearts and minds of “Star Wars” fans in 2019. But can it also win awards season? The short answer, of course, is no. Baby Yoda — technically called “The Child” on the new Disney Plus series “The Mandalorian” — is not real, and not eligible for its own Golden Globes, Screen […]

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