Boba Fett Is Officially Getting His Own Disney+ Show

Boba Fett Is Officially Getting His Own Disney+ Show

If you skip past the credits sequence, you will see Return of the Jedi character Bib Fortuna, Jabba's henchman, sitting on Jabba's throne.

This scene is nearly an exact replica of the final moments of Rogue One which saw Luke's father, Darth Vader slaughtering his way through Rebel soldiers who had stolen the Death Star plans and were striving to get them to Leia's ship. On the other hand. what is the show if not a "Lone Wolf and Cub" story of Mando and Grogu and their adorable dynamic?

Mr. Bulloch settled instead for the tiny role of Captain Colton, pilot of Alderaan, and one more flight through the Star Wars galaxy.

The upcoming episode 8 of the second season which would also serve as the season's grand finale will be dubbed as Chapter 16: The Rescue.

Titled "The Rescue", the mission to save Grogu - a.k.a.

Before they can make their escape a platoon of dark troopers returned trying ot break into the door. It saw the anticipated return of Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalkers former apprentice in "The Clone Wars", it saw Baby Yoda referred to by his name for the first time, and it even saw a surviving Nightsister that escaped their genocide (Credit to StarForceOne on YouTube for helping point it out).

This is exactly what Darth Vader did during the climax of "Rogue One" as he attempts to retrieve the Death Star plans from the rebels. In a scene nearly mirroring his father's intimidating fight in Rogue One, Luke quickly dispatches all the combat droids to save the group on the Imperial cruiser.

One fan wrote that "it is unwise to face a Skywalker in a hallway".

The acting was great Pedro Pascal was really awesome in this episode and nailed that emotional scene at the end, he was destined to lay this role and he rightfully deserves an Oscar or Emmy.

For more Star Wars insights, if you haven't already, you can check out the recent concept art of the duel between Rey and Kylo Ren. The "Maulway" scene came in the finale of the final "The Clone Wars" series.

The Mandalorian uses de-aging technology on Mark Hamill to bring a younger Luke Skywalker to the screen. I'll love you forever!

Bulloch will also be remembered for his work in the popular British shows Doctor Who, Robin of Sherwood, Agony, and Starhyke.

Hats off to Dave Filoni, Jon Favreau, and Peyton Reed for pulling off yet another wonderful scene that had us both holding our breath and taking a trip down nostalgia lane.

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