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Boba Fett movie: James Mangold to jot down and Direct Standalone big name Wars film

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Logan director James Mangold is headed to a galaxy a long way, far away. Per THR, Mangold will write and direct Lucasfilm's standalone Boba Fett movie, headquartered on the fan-favorite bounty hunter personality. Story particulars are nevertheless being stored tightly below wraps.
Rumors of a Boba Fett film has been making the rounds for years — observe is, Josh Trank's standalone film became intended to be the Fett standalone, which would observe Rogue One because the next star Wars Story, however after he turned into fired from the project, Solo leapfrogged forward on the agenda. Most currently, it became rumored that X-men author-producer and dark Phoenix director Simon Kinberg was working on the Fett film.
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A member of the early so-known as Lucasfilm braintrust, Kinberg has been attached to the Fett film for a while, however back in December, new rumors ignited that Kinberg became again involved with the challenge. Per THR's record, It's unknown if Mangold's edition is an identical undertaking, however the Kinberg and Mangold have a powerful working relationship from their time working together in the X-men universe.
Mangold is coming off the success of Logan, which triumphed with critics and audiences alike, and went on to earn an Oscar nomination for optimal adapted Screenplay — an all-too-infrequent feat for a superhero film. He's also at the moment setting up a Ford vs. Ferrari movie for Fox.
Boba Fett's rampant popularity is among the notable mysteries of the superstar Wars fandom. despite having no traces, restricted screen time, and a immediate loss of life, Feat has become probably the most enduring fan-favourite characters from the customary trilogy. He entered the movie canon in 1980's The Empire Strikes back and escorted Han Solo to Jabba the Hut in Return of the Jedi. The persona changed into portrayed by Jeremy Bulloch within the usual films. despite his finally inconsequential function, the character's iconic armor has persisted as a favored concept for big name Wars merch, and he went on to function in a few the prolonged universe substances, becoming a well-liked persona in books, comics and animated collection.
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