Boba Fett will not have his own adventure, or at least not soon.
The famous bounty hunter from Star Wars was in for a spin-off movie of his own back in May, but it does not happen anymore. This buzzer-going TV series The Mandalorian (among others) seems to have quieted her.
The Boba Fett movie was never officially announced, and its technical-informal rejection also comes to us via shadowy sources. Variety reported Friday that Lucasfilm is no longer working on the project and that Disney / Lucasfilm had no comment.
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In the original report, the Boba Fett movie should appear under the banner of "A Star Wars Story" anthology movies like Rogue One and Solo fall]. James Mangold, in whose honor The Wolverine and Logan belong, was reportedly used for writing and leadership.
This news broke right at the time, also thanks to unnamed sources. Solo in theaters. As much as The Mandalorian – a show whose title is an allusion to Fett's cultural background (he is a Mandalorian) – may have influenced the decision to outsource solo & # 39; s Cashier Report According to reports, Disney has caused Disney to retract some of its ambitious Star Wars plans.
The Mandalorian does not focus directly on fat. It plays in the period between The Return of the Jedi and The Awakening of Power and, according to official description, focuses on it, "a lone gunslinger in the outer regions of the galaxy, far from authority from the New Republic. " However, Fett seemed to die in Return of the Jedi a nasty death in which a broken jetpack plunged him right into the mouth of the Sarlacc Pit. But in Chuck Wendig's canonical book Star Wars: Aftermath there is a suggestion that the bounty hunter (or perhaps only his armor) has made it.
Whatever the truth is, The Mandalorian could be a great platform to bring back the fan favorite bounty hunter. His familiar face (mask) – or even the influence of his legacy – could boost interest in the show.
Of course, remember to include all this with the appropriate amount of doubt. May's report was notable given the timing and source of the news – The Hollywood Reporter . This new report from Variety an equally trusted source for insider Hollywood news, is also well worth recognition.
But none of this has ever been confirmed. Even if both sources cite legitimate sources, there is no indication of how much of the story we do not hear.