The first trailer of Jon Favreau's Disney+ Star Wars series was unveiled Sunday at Chicago's Star Wars Celebration -- but not online. The panel also shared images of Gina Carano and Carl Weathers, as well as Pedro Pascal as the bounty hunter in the title role. Favreau said the show was especially influenced by the "scum and villainy" of the Mos Eisley Cantina scene from the original Star Wars film as well as post-Civil War and Old West eras "where order had to be brought to the universe." Pascal, who prepared for his role by watching a lot of Sergio Leone and Akira Kurosawa, added: "He's got a lot of Clint Eastwood in him. Some might say he has questionable moral character, which is in line with some of our best Westerns and some good samurai (films)." Carano said of her role as Cara Dune, who did her own stunts, said: "I'm a bit of a loner, which isn't a far stretch, and I'm having a hard time reintegrating myself into society. I've been doing my squats, so I'm good." Weathers said of playing Greef, who runs a guild of bounty hunters: "He figures Mando can get the job done, and the Mando does what needs to be done."