As Star Wars fans anticipate The Book of Boba Fett’s debut on Disney+, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy says that Logan director James Mangold was never attached to a Boba Fett solo movie. Since the time Disney gained Lucasfilm back in 2012, there have been many rumors with respect to standalone films spinning around fan-most loved characters, from Yoda to, of course, the abundance tracker Boba Fett. Shortly before Solo: A Star Wars Story was released in theaters in 2018, reports of a Boba Fett movie arose with directors like Josh Trank (Chronicle) and Mangold attached.

Speaking with Empire Magazine (through Star Wars News Net), Kennedy focused on previous attempts to resurrect Boba Fett. Lucasfilm’s president affirmed that Mangold was never really attached to a Boba Fett movie and Trank’s film was scrapped early on in its turn of events. Understand what she had to say underneath:

“There truly was for all intents and purposes no previous turn of events. We never got much of anywhere with Josh, without a doubt, because we never evolved anything specific with him. What’s more, Jim Mangold never dealt with a Boba Fett story.”

The Book of Boba Fett will further plunge into the galactic hidden world investigated in a trip like The Mandalorian and Solo. As a kingpin, Boba will run his sprouting realm more respectfully than Jabba the Hutt, making the previous abundance tracker the ideal screw-up. Of course, the series will see Boba get into his reasonable portion of fights, and it’ll be energizing to set what sort of set pieces The Book of Boba Fett has in store for audiences. In case there’s one thing The Mandalorian demonstrated, it’s that Lucasfilm doesn’t necessarily require the big screen to captivate audiences with a system far, far away. What’s more, impending spinoffs like Obi-Wan Kenobi, Andor, Ahsoka, and The Book of Boba Fett are set to give most loved characters all around procured solo outings.


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