Star Wars: Book of Boba Fett star praises Jon Favreau and teases future of the series

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When Boba Fett was reintroduced to the world of Star Wars in season two of The Mandalorian, Temuera Morrison reprises his role as the deadly bounty hunter. Morrison first appeared in Star Wars in the 2002 film Attack of the Clones, where he played the iconic Jango Fett. Now the son of his first character, Boba, is all grown up and ready to claim the galaxy’s seedy criminal underworld in his first solo TV series. Morrison gave exclusive the first details of The Book of Boba Fett, which will be released on the Disney streaming service in December.

Boba Fett’s book was first announced in a post-credits scene after the final episode of The Mandalorian season 2. During the scene, Boba arrived at Jabba the Hutt’s palace on Tatooine and claimed the throne for himself, and teased more. for the ruthless fighter.

When asked what plot details he could give us about the new show, Morrison laughed, “You know the rules, nothing! Nothing!”

The Kiwi actor – who promoted his new science fiction epic Occupation: Rainfall – continued: “It’s in The Mandalorian timeline, so I think we should go back and see it.

“It’s a duo thing. We have Ming-Na Wen there – she plays the master assassin Fennec Shan.”

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Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett Coming to Disney Plus in December (Image: DISNEY)

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Star Wars: Temuera Morrison spoke out about the new series (Image: DISNEY)

Morrison continued: “We have to look at the timeline, we have to look at where” [Boba] has been. We have to keep the fans happy.”

Keeping Star Wars fans happy and excited won’t be a problem as The Book of Boba Fett is being curated by some of the series’ biggest creators, Morrison added.

First and foremost in the lineup, he explained, is Jon Favreau of Marvel fame. The director and executive producer has worked tirelessly from behind the scenes to expand the Marvel Cinematic Universe.​

​The actor said: “Jon [Favreau] has come up with some magic formulas.”

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Star Wars: Boba Fett continued his journey in The Mandalorian (Image: DISNEY)

Morrison continued: “We have some great directors on board – Robert Rodriguez, Favreau, Bryce [Dallas Howard], Dave Philoni.

“It’s just a new world! It’s a new world. They like to keep the Star Wars stuff under” [lock and] key.”

Morrison then elaborated on Favreau’s experience with the ongoing Marvel Cinematic Universe, which also falls under the Disney umbrella.

He said: “But I think we’re blessed with the way Favreau has all that Marvel experience, so we know where those storylines are going. Let’s see what happens.”

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With a smile, the 60-year-old actor said, “Let’s put it this way: you’re going to love it!”

Boba Fett’s story has never been considered over. Despite being murdered in the 1983 film Return of the Jedi, his popularity spurred writers to revive him and expand his storyline into expansive pieces of the Star Wars mythos — in books, comic books, etc.

Does Morrison think The Book of Boba Fett will continue for a second season in the future?

“I think they need to consider some things… The tree is still growing.”

Morrison continued: “They’ll probably want to test the waters first. It hasn’t been talked about.”

The unassuming star went on to add that he would just take any job as it comes – whether that means Boba Fett gets another adventure or not.

Boba Fett’s book hits Disney Plus in Dec.

The Mandalorian season one and two are available on available Disney Plus.

Occupation Rainfall is in cinemas and digitally from Signature Entertainment from July 9

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