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"Respond with a cute little Baby Yoda emoji to show that you think her little rascal is cute beyond words", the petition states.

So why did Disney keep "Baby Yoda" on the hush by not pre-releasing toys beforehand like they usually do with Star Wars movies? Some, like Baby Yoda in the Disney+ series The Mandalorian are completely predictable (after his reveal of course), while others like Chris Evans' sweater in Rian Johnson's Knives Out came as a huge surprise. In fact, followers are additionally clamoring for Child Yoda merchandise, however Disney simply weren't prepared for the hype that might accompany the character's arrival and didn't get merch prepared for Christmas.

It's a great look for Baby Yoda and the warm sweater has got to be more comfortable than that oversized sack he's stuck waddling around with in The Mandalorian as Mando continually puts his life in danger.

Since Baby Yoda is a bounty, it only makes sense to have a series of little figures for fans to collect.

The Child, aka Baby Yoda, has been stealing much of the pop culture spotlight since The Mandalorian debuted last month. No doubt, many more big Baby Yoda minutes are in the offing as The Mandalorian continues to unfold on Disney, also really prepares to become a second season.

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If this sounds insane to you, Disney CEO Bob Iger basically confirmed this strategy in TIME magazine this morning.

Baby Yoda is continuing to steal hearts everywhere - even celebs like Laura Dern can't stay away from the adorable, mysterious creature.

When The Mandalorian launched on Disney+ on November 12, becoming the streaming service's flagship series, the secrecy was intense and the stakes were high, as the Jon Favreau-helmed series was bringing the Star Wars universe into the streaming world.

  • Michelle Webb