The stunning world building continues as we this sort of inverted Jedha City that might or may not be on Tatooine in the first “Book of Boba Fett” trailer.”The Book of Boba Fett” begins streaming on Disney Plus on Dec. 29 and there will be eight episodes, each about an hour long, with a new installment dropping each week. Every episode of Seasons 1 and 2 of “The Mandalorian” are likewise offered to stream on Disney Plus.And if youre wondering what to watch on Disney Plus while you wait for Boba Fett, examine out our guide to the best space Television shows on Disney Plus for Star Wars fans.Todays finest Disney+ dealsFollow Scott Snowden on Twitter.
The very first trailer for the standalone spin-off series “The Book of Boba Fett” has actually arrived and it provides us a lot of reasons to be excited. The new series will debut on the streaming service Disney Plus on Dec. 29 and appears to jump right into action. You might remember at the very end of the Season 2 ending of “The Mandalorian” there was a post-credits series where we unexpectedly found ourselves on Tatooine and inside Jabba the Hutts palace. We saw Jabbas previous right-hand man and most likely inheritor of the gangsters underworld empire, Bib Fortuna (Matthew Wood). Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen) strolls down the actions to throne room, blasts a couple of Gamorrean guards as Fett follows simply a couple of actions behind her. Fortunas just as stunned as we were when we first heard Fett has endured the Sarlacc. Without even uttering a word, Fett blasts him, pulls Fortunas large body of the throne and sits there himself, with Shand at his side.Jeremy Bulloch played Boba Fett in the initial trilogy prior to Temuera Morrison inherited the role, very first playing Jango Fett, the fugitive hunter Boba was cloned from, in the prequels and after that Boba himself in “The Mandalorian.” (Heres how to view the Star Wars movies in chronological order if you require a timeline refresher course.) The beautiful world structure continues as we this sort of inverted Jedha City that may or may not be on Tatooine in the first “Book of Boba Fett” trailer. (Image credit: Disney/Lucasfilm)It appears like Boba has returned to Tatooine to make the underworld empire run by the notorious gangster Jabba the Hutt his own. Rumor has it that this limited series will begin at “Chapter 17” making it a direct extension from the 2nd season of “The Mandalorian.” As you d anticipate, the trailer teases all sort of references to the “Star Wars” universe, including the Bomarr monks, Trandoshans and potential referrals to other underworld clans. Boba says, “Jabba ruled you with fear. I mean to rule with respect.”Its likewise totally possible that the Mandalorian himself, a.k.a. Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) might make an appearance– because were persuaded you can hear the voice of Djarin at 27 seconds into the trailer. Personally, were hoping to see precisely how Boba Fett got away from the Sarlacc pitt we saw him fall under in “Return of the Jedi.” We can see, even from this short bit, that the exact same comprehensive care and attention has actually been made to keeping the retro-tech, lived-in aesthetic of the “Star Wars” universe that weve concerned anticipate.”The Book of Boba Fett” starts streaming on Disney Plus on Dec. 29 and there will be eight episodes, each about an hour long, with a new installment dropping weekly. Every episode of Seasons 1 and 2 of “The Mandalorian” are likewise available to stream on Disney Plus.And if youre questioning what to enjoy on Disney Plus while you wait on Boba Fett, have a look at our guide to the best area television shows on Disney Plus for Star Wars fans.Todays best Disney+ dealsFollow Scott Snowden on Twitter. Follow us on Twitter @Spacedotcom and on Facebook.