Boba Fett is getting his personal Star Wars sequence. On the very finish of The Mandalorian season 2 episode 8, Disney and Lucasfilm revealed that The E-book of Boba Fett might be launched in December 2021. The Boba Fett spin-off present might be accessible on Disney+ and Disney+ wherever accessible. Temuera Morrison’s Boba Fett might be joined by Ming-Na Wen as Fennec Shand on The E-book of Boba Fett, which is now certainly one of eight live-action Star Wars sequence — together with The Mandalorian — in complete.
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Spoilers forward for The Mandalorian season 2 finale.
In a post-credits scene connected to The Mandalorian season 2 episode 8, Fennec Shand walks into the palace as soon as owned by Jabba the Hutt. When you’ll recall, Boba Fett delivered Han Solo to Jabba throughout his days as a bounty hunter, again within the authentic Star Wars trilogy. Jabba’s palace had been deserted after Leia Organa choked him to demise, nevertheless it’s been taken over by one other Hutt referred to as Bib Fortuna. Fennce makes brief work of Bib Fortuna’s guards, earlier than Boba Fett walks in.
Bib Fortuna is shocked to see Boba Fett alive, as a result of he thought he was useless. Identical to the remainder of us did for almost forty years, having seen Boba Fett thrown into the Sarlacc pit in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. Bib Fortuna claims he’s comfortable to see Boba Fett however earlier than he can say rather more, Boba Fett shoots him in chilly blood. He then walks as much as Bib Fortuna’s seat, throws him off it, and sits down himself. Fennec then sits subsequent to him on his right-hand facet because the background rating builds to a crescendo.
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The Mandalorian season 2 finale post-credits scene cuts to black earlier than revealing the phrases “The E-book of Boba Fett” on display, adopted by “December 2021”. The Boba Fett spin-off sequence was not a part of Disney’s wave of announcements final week, the place it unveiled 4 new live-action sequence — Ahsoka, Lando, The Acolyte, and Rangers of the New Republic — alongside Patty Jenkins’ new film, Star Wars: Rogue Squadron. These be a part of those already confirmed: Andor and Obi-Wan Kenobi.