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Baby Yoda dolls are now available for pre-order; Athena Cinema to host Holiday Film Series

Today is Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2019. Here’s what you need to know:

Good morning, 

Baby Yoda plush dolls are officially available for pre-order through the Disney Shop, Target and a few other retailers.

The 11 inch plush doll is modeled after The Child, better known as “baby Yoda,“ from the Disney+ show, The Mandalorian. The doll includes the character’s signature costume, a movable head and packaging that resembles the crib from the show all for $25.

Though the doll is available for pre-order now, the item won’t be available until April 1, 2020. Once it is ready to ship, pre-order customers will receive an email letting them know to look out for their package. 

Fans of Star Wars and The Mandalorian can have fun displaying or playing with the plush baby Yoda doll.

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