Star Boba Fett’s book assures fans that the show is really going somewhere

Books by Boba Fett not necessarily bad, but after three episodes, fans started complaining that the story was going at breakneck speed. So far, we’ve seen Fett do a pretty embarrassing job as Tatooine’s new Daimyo, with his track record limited to recruiting two Gamorreans and a bunch of street teenagers. Search Hot Topics.

Things get tense in the third episode, when he asks for an analysis of who controls the neighborhoods of Mos Espa, which seems like the first thing he should ask for after taking the throne. literally. Now, likely in response to those complaints, star Ming-Na Wen assured us it’s all going to happen somewhere in an interview with Radio Times.

“I really hope that they want to go back and see the whole thing in a different light after, you know, how things went – I’m very careful with my words here. Here’s how things evolved, and all the other things that came into play. You know, that’s great with [producers] Jon [Favreau] and Dave [Filioni]. They are very knowledgeable about this world, about Star Wars, and they are such huge fans that they know how to arrange pieces and make moves you didn’t even know they were coming. “

She also highlighted that each upcoming episode will stretch the time until the grand finale:

“And then suddenly it was like [claps her hands together] ooh, tester. So yes, we are waiting. We are waiting for that victory. We are waiting for that shot. And not just until the last episode, just like every episode there are new moves and new elements appearing that will hopefully surprise the fans. I know it surprises me.”

All I can say is that she better be right. There have been too many scenes of Fett crossing Mos Espa before being denied a meeting with the mayor, so I hope last week’s promise of a “fight” proves true.

One positive factor is that we just saw Fett receives a Rancor and its trainer (played by Danny Trejo), so there’s at least a high chance of some killer Rancor-based chaos over the next few weeks.

The season is only seven episodes long, so we’re only halfway there. Let’s hope Books by Boba Fett will become more interesting soon, because so far it’s very much in the shadow of Mandalorian. Star Boba Fett’s book assures fans that the show is really going somewhere


Aila Slisco is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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