The fandom minute: A Boba Fett movie? Really?

Oh, it’s you. Joe Johnston, the director of Captain America, wants to make a film about Boba Fett. Boba Fett? Boba Fett? I am disappoint. Good luck with that one, fanboy.

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Artoo the Giant. Giant R2-D2 is made out of cardboard and… Tinfoil? Duct tape? I hope they didn’t leave him out in the rain.

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4 Replies to “The fandom minute: A Boba Fett movie? Really?”

  1. I don’t know…I think I’m probably about as burned out on Fett and the Mandos as you are, Dunc. There’s something about this idea that appeals to me, though. I like Joe Johnston’s work more than not, and–while I’m sure that my own notion of that film’s story is far from what we would get–I’d gladly watch a Dark Times era film starring Temura Morrison. Especially if it places Fett in the Empire’s service, and uses him to present a bridge film between the two trilogies.

  2. Or they could just do it on the live-action TV show. For all we know, that script is already gathering dust as we type.

    And that’s a much better place for it than a movie.

  3. True enough. True enough. The show would be a better spot for that kind of story. I still tend to look at the show as being in the Will Never Happen category, though, which is why I think I went immediately to this idea working as a bridge project.

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