Boba Fett’s book, the series that explores the origin of the bounty hunter

Madrid. The character of Boba Fett is known to all those followers of the Star Wars saga, however, for new generations it is a mystery. Now Disney has decided to bring back the most feared bounty hunter in the entire Galaxy to tell his story, and he will do so accompanied by the mercenary Fennec Shand.

For the protagonists of the series, Temuera Morrison (Boba Fett) and Ming-Na Wen (Fennec Shand), it was quite a surprise that they wanted to make a new fiction and even more that they had them as protagonists: “We did not expect at all that they would do a series about Boba because he was a character that had gone almost unnoticed”, points the bounty hunter interpreter to EFE.

Who adds that “it has been a magnificent surprise” to get back into the skin of this character. The new fiction, derived from the series “The Mandalorian”, was announced after the credits at the end of the second season of the latter and, given that in that installment it is not explained what happened to Boba Fett, the new series, produced by Lucasfilm , comes to solve the mystery.

After years of rumors that Boba Fett would return to this universe and, after a canceled movie, the bounty hunter is “receiving the respect he deserves with his own series.”

Morrison is no stranger to the Star Wars universe, as he played Jango Fett in “Star Wars: Attack of the Clones” and Jango Boba’s adopted son in season 2 of “The Mandalorian.”

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“Boba is running Jabba’s territory in some way now, and he’s taken on a new role. Before, he solved problems by fighting, he had no patience, but now he has to find a different path (…). Being able to look at Boba’s past and being able to tell his story from the beginning has been a gift, ”says Morrison.

He also adds that they could not have made her a better companion to cross the galaxy and “embark on this kind of adventure” than the “Disney Queen” (referring to Wen).

Wen is an accomplished American actress who won the hearts of Disney and fame by voicing Mulan in the animated film. After that, the mouse house hired her to play Melinda May, a great SHIELD agent in the Marvel series “Agents of SHIELD”, for seven seasons.

She entered the Star Wars galaxy with the role of the fearsome mercenary Fennec Shand in the series “The Mandalorian”, a character whom she also gives life in this new fiction.

“Disney and I have had a very long and wonderful relationship. It has been a blessing to work with them for so long. I’m a huge fan, not to mention ‘geek’, of all things Disney from Star Wars to Marvel. I would like to be in each and every one of the franchises that Disney has, I hope that the next thing is Pixar. I’m a hoarder -he jokes- I want to be in everything, “she says with a laugh.

About her character, the actress describes Fennec as “a sure mercenary.” “She is a loner, incredibly skilled, mysterious and brave, but I think that after she was rescued from death in such an amazing way, she was able to see life differently. So right now, embarking on adventures with Boba is your best option, “he clarifies.

The seven-episode series follows the adventures of the legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett and the mercenary Fennec Shand, as they navigate the underworld of the Galaxy and return to the sands of Tatooine to claim the territory once ruled by Jabba the Hutt and his syndicate. of the crime.

According to the director’s notes, executive producer Jon Favreau was inspired for “The Boba Fett Book” in the time he spent mixing “Iron Man” at Skywalker Ranch (Lucasfilm’s post-production facility).

“They were working on underworld stories,” he explains, “and I thought the idea of ​​the underworld and bounty hunters was a funny thing that was always alluded to in the Star Wars movies, so I decided to do this project,” adds Favreau.

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The list of directors of the series ranges from Robert Rodriguez, Dave Filoni and Bryce Dallas Howard of “The Mandalorian” to newcomers to the Star Wars family, Steph Green, who has directed episodes of “Watchmen”, among others, and Kevin Tancharoen, known for writing episodes of “Agents of SHIELD” (Agents of SHIELD).

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