This week, a new teaser for “The Book of Boba Fett” was released, and the preview featured a brief reference to “Star Wars: A New Hope.”
Fans may recall a scene where Luke (Mark Hamill) tells his uncle Owen (Phil Brown):
“But I was going to Tosche station to look for power converters.”
Although it was barely mentioned, the station was even part of the film in a scene that was eventually deleted, but the location will be honored in “The Book of Boba Fett”.
As the image below clearly shows, the bounty hunter played by Temuera Morrison will show Tosche his face at some point during the ride.
Given producers Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni’s love for the franchise and their vast knowledge of every nook and cranny of this universe, it’s no surprise that the series explores a place that has been in the imagination of the world for so long. public.
Check out the images and the teaser:
Remember that the premiere of “The Book of Boba Fett” is scheduled for December 29.
The first season will have eight episodes:
Episode 1: The Champion
Episode 2: The Assassin
Episode 3: The Syndicate
Episode 4: The Battlefield
Episode 5: Homeworld
Episode 6: The Warlord
Episode 7: The Confrontation
Episode 8: The Hunter
Some titles hint at the plot, like “The Syndicate,” which is expected to follow Fett as the new Underworld King on Tatooine.
Rumors have also hinted that the plot might give Mandalore more attention, as suggested by episode five: “The Homeworld”.
Another interesting detail is that the first episode will be counted as Chapter 17, i.e. it will be a direct continuation of the 2nd season of ‘The Mandalorian’, serving as a sort of season 2.5. from the series with Pedro Pascal.
The series will also explore Fett’s dominance of the criminal underworld after assassinating Bib Fortuna (Matthew Wood) and taking charge of Tatooine.
Fortuna was Jabba the Hutt’s staunch servant and took office after the leader’s death in Return of the Jedi.
“‘The Book of Boba Fett’, a new original series starring Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen, produced by Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni and Robert Rodriguez, set in the same timeline as ‘The Mandalorian’. The premiere has take place at Disney + in 2021.
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