Last year, Lucasfilm brought us the return of one of the most anticipated characters that could appear in The Mandalorian: Boba fett. The legendary bounty hunter returned to the Star Wars imaginary after his presumed death in the bowels of the sarlacc in Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. With Temuera Morrison embodying the brutal reappearance of this unmodified clone of Jango FettBoba had a lot to say, but not in The Mandalorian.
At the end of the last episode of season 2 of The MandalorianAfter the credits, Jon Favreau’s series announced with great fanfare the production of The Boba Fett Book, a spin-off series that would follow Boba Fett on his path of revenge and accumulation of power.
The series will arrive next December, if the initially planned plan runs its course. Jon Favreau, Robert Rodriguez, Dave Filoni and Kathleen Kennedy will act as executive producers of The Boba Fett Book.
This Tuesday, the actress Ming-Na Wen, who will reprise his role as Fennec shand In the series, he showed through his social networks the gifts of the end of filming that he had received after finishing the filming of The Book of Boba Fett. His character first appeared in The Mandalorian, and he repeats his presence in the animated series Star Wars: The Bad Remittance.
– Ming-Na Wen (@MingNa) June 8, 2021
For now, it seems that the production pace of The Book of Boba Fett is adequate, so there is nothing to suggest that we will not see its premiere in Disney Plus next December.