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November 6th, 2007

Filed under: Star Wars on Tv,Star Wars: Live-Action — admin @ 3:37 pm

Boba Fett, the most feared Bounty Hunter in the Galaxy, will be featured in the highly-anticipated Star Wars live action TV series.

Daniel Logan posing with a costumed Boba Fett who he placed in Episode II: Attack of the ClonesProducer Rick McCallum, told fans at the Star Wars Reunion 2 in France, that he is looking for actor Daniel Logan to reprise his role from the Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, where he played the young Boba who witnessed Mace Windu decapitate his father Jango Fett.

Nothing against Logan, who is now 20-years-old, but he hasn’t really done much since the Star Wars movie – I am sure they will have no problem getting him to take on the part.

No other casting announcements have been made – aside from Lord Anthony Hopkins joking that he would consider taking on “the Alec Guinness role” – I guess no one told him that Obi Wan will not be in the series.

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  1. […] There are four over-arching story lines that we know must take place based on the movies: 1. The last of the Jedi will be hunted down. According to the Evasive Action: Prey web comics an unknown number of Jedi escape Order 66 and are hunted by Darth Vader for some time. But eventually, Emperor Palpatine orders his Sith Lord to focus on building the Empire, and leave the remaining Jedi for others to hunt down. It is my guess that this will be a large part of the series – and Boba Fett may be one of the “others” that takes over the role of hunting Jedi. I have already written about how Boba Fett was likely to play a significant role in the series, with Daniel Logan reprising his role from Episode II: Attack of the Clones. […]

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