Jango Fett was played by entertainer Temuera Morrison, who has since turned into a staple of the Star Wars franchise, particularly as it pertains to Storm Troopers. His voice and likeness have been utilized in live-action, animated, and video game structure since the revelation that Jango Fett was the basis for every one of the clones in the Clone Army. Morrison’s essence in Star Wars legend has now completed the cycle, as he’s indeed playing Boba Fett, presently in a more established structure, reappearing in The Mandalorian season 2 and presently in his own show, The Book of Boba Fett.
In the first episode of The Book of Boba Fett, Boba is in a Bacta healing tank and reliving his life through flashbacks. One of those flashbacks is to the second later his father, Jango, was killed. In the original film, Boba picks up his father’s helmet and holds it to his head in a wide shot of him in the field, prior to cutting ceaselessly. In another comparison video for The Book of Boba Fett, the scene has all the earmarks of being reshot, with a wider point and with the camera moving upwards to uncover a greater amount of the massacre at Geonosis. There’s additionally a nearby shot added of Boba holding the helmet and seeing his reflection in the visor. Investigate the comparison underneath:
Director Robert Rodriguez, who is no more bizarre to toying with digital impacts, directed the opening episode of The Book of Boba Fett, so it’s no surprise that he’d have the option to recover such a second and improve it. Apparently, the scene is filmed so that it’s difficult to discern the difference between the show and the original movie in which the scene showed up. However, the comparison video makes it hard to miss that there was a recreation of the scene done, and effectively at that.
With such a large amount Boba Fett’s history left neglected, it will be interesting to check whether The Book of Boba Fett reproduces or improves any of his appearances from the original trilogy, just as the prequel trilogy. Boba Fett is not seen again in the prequels later Attack of the Clones and his appearances in the original trilogy are minimal, best case scenario. However, Star Wars fans have been asking for more Boba Fett since they first saw the person in the Star Wars Holiday Special from 1978. Presently over forty years after the fact, the person is finally getting his due and there’s a ton of history to unload.