While we are all still sticking to the airing of the second season of The Mandalorian and this episode 4 has made us very upset, it seems that Disney + has some surprises in store for us to advance the new Star Wars universe. Today we’re interested in new rumors about Boba Fett.
If you are not up to speed with Season 2 of The Mandalorian, we highly recommend going your way. Because some passages that follow echo events that happened in the first episode of season 2, but also the original trilogies! Do you have a good heart that is good? So we can go forward.
The Mandalorian: the greatest bounty hunter in the universe
According to the American news site Star Wars News, which specializes in everything that happens there in the stars, Boba Fett will have the right to his own series. He is played by Temuera Morrison in the first episode of The Mandalorian season two, in which he has been believed dead since the Jedi returned. The actor is back after playing his father Jango Fett in Attack of the Clones. His return confirms that he survived his fall into the gaping Sarlacc Estuary on the planet Tatooine.
Surely it has been some time since we were aware of this possible series about this character. On the other hand, we now know, thanks to Star Wars News, that the action of this new series should take place between the events of Return of the Jedi and Season 2 of The Mandalorian. What is “a new hope” for those who dream of finally seeing their favorite character in the center of the small screen? Especially since Boba Fett was happy with the secondary seats compared to Jango Fett, who had at least one video game in which he was embodied as the only main character. A series in his name would therefore be a great vengeance.
an interesting line-up
Several names come up for the casting of this new series. Among them, we can quote the British Jordan Bolger, who appeared several times on the Peaky Blinders series, but also Sophie Thatcher, who we also know will be part of the cast of the third season of The Mandalorian. This suggests that these two series will be linked. Now we just hope Disney formalizes the rumors and gives us official information so that our dreams can come true.
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