In a new narrative unique for Disney+, Star Wars creator George Lucas uncovered that he sees Boba Fett and his father, Jango Fett, as basically the same person. The unique, named Under the Helmet: The Legacy of Boba Fett, gives a far reaching outline of the nominal person’s long term history in front of The Book of Boba Fett’s delivery one month from now. A considerable lot of the main figures involved with the production of the person including idea craftsman, Joe Johnston; sound creator, Ben Burtt; and Lucas himself show up in the narrative to share their one of a kind insights about the notorious abundance tracker.
As uncovered in Under the Helmet: The Legacy of Boba Fett, Lucas apparently considered the two characters to be the same person. He says that “Acting savvy, it was awesome to have [Morrison] there” to assist with informing Logan’s depiction as a more youthful variant of “the same person.” Check out the full statement below:
Acting savvy, it was awesome to have [Morrison] there, because he’d resolved the person. [Boba and Jango are] expected to be the same person, pretty much.
It’s interesting to hear Lucas’ genuine interpretation of the matter. At that point, detractors censured the Fett retcon in Attack of the Clones as indulgent fan-administration exclusively included to shoehorn an exemplary person into the prequel set of three. In the narrative, Lucas is very transparent that Jango is “pretty much” a duplicate of the original Mandalorian abundance tracker.
Despite Lucas’ intent at that point, the Fett retcon has gone on to have rippling suggestions on the more extensive Star Wars group. The legend set up in Attack of the Clones perpetually intertwined the Fetts with the incredible Clone Wars a turning point that was just at any point momentarily mentioned in the original set of three. The Book of Boba Fett will probably further sort through Boba Fett’s muddled relationship with his father when the series debuts one month from now.