‘Solo’ Writer Was Told Boba Fett Was Over The Limit

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It would be fair to suggest that Solo: A Star Wars Story relies heavily on fan service from the first minute to the last, even if most of it goes down like a balloon.

Alden Ehrenreich acquitted himself very well in the lead role despite being faced with the insurmountable task of putting his feet in Harrison Ford’s shoes, although we certainly don’t need a dramatic shot of the detail. the way the smuggler got his name, or repeatedly mentioned this lucky dice, because they were in a few snapshots A new hope.

It’s an admirable effort to expand Star Wars legend, especially with production troubles that saw Phil Lord and Christopher Miller fired by Kathleen Kennedy, with Ron Howard drafted in at the last minute to steer the project to the finish line.

Despite rumors to the contrary, it seems that James Mangold never developed a Boba Fett Anthology, but at least the bounty hunter will be back on our screens in a few days when his Disney Plus series comes out. However, even though Kennedy and Simon Kingberg denied Logan director is working on a standalone feature, Duel writer Jonathan Kasdan revealed to New York Times that he’s been told Boba “always goes overboard because he’s developing elsewhere”, so it looks like plans for something have been in the works for a while.

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