Although the reissues that began to surface in 1997 recovered our appearance in ‘ Star Wars ‘ (George Lucas, 1977), the first time we stumbled upon the bounty hunter Boba Fett (and disregarding the infamous’ The Star Wars Holiday Special ‘) was in’ The Empire Strikes Back ‘(Irvin Kershner, 1980), managing to claim Han Solo, a valuable trophy for Jabba the Hutt.
Although he soon fell into the leisurely jaws of the Sarlacc in ‘ The Return of the Jedi ‘ (Richard Marquand, 1983), the legend was already unstoppable. His Mandalorian armor ended up becoming a fundamental part in ‘ Star Wars:
Episode II – Attack of the Clones ‘ (George Lucas, 2002), when we discovered that Boba was nothing but a clone of another type called Jango, an individual selected to create an entire army His image and likeness.
TemueraMorrison, the actor who played that infinitely duplicated subject, has returned to the galactic heart upon learning that he will participate in the second season of ‘ The Mandalorian ‘, giving rise to all kinds of headlines and rumors about the character he will play. Officially, we only know that he will participate with a ” small role ” in that season.
The chances that he plays a Boba Fett who has managed to escape from the not too effective digestive system of the Sarlacc are high but, be careful, it could be any other clone and, considering that we will also see Rosario Dawson playing Ahsoka Tano, Wouldn’t it be great if, shortly after the spectacular finale of ‘ Star Wars:
The Clone Wars ‘, we saw Rex again, one of the most charismatic clones? We also know that the Boba Fett movie got the green light.
When the war between 20th Century-Fox and the director of ‘ Fantastic Four ‘ (2015) leaked, Disney rushed to get rid of Josh Trank, a director for whom he had even prepared a teaser for his future title on the bounty hunter.
It’s not hard to imagine ‘ The Mandalorian ‘ as a testing ground for various characters to hit the big screen with an adventurous eager television fandom.