First ‘Book of Boba Fett’ Trailer Arrives: New ‘Star Wars’ Series Hits Disney+ in December


Our first look at the Boba Fett series has finally arrived!

Disney has surprised fans with the first trailer for The Book of Boba Fett, the upcoming Star Wars universe series focusing on the sarlacc pit-surviving bounty hunter, here played by New Zealand star Temuera Morrison.

“Jabba ruled with fear,” Boba says in the trailer, referring to his previous employer, slug-like crime lord Jabba the Hutt. “I intend to rule with respect.” As to how he’ll get that respect… by the looks of it, yeah, there’s some fear involved. We’re exploring the underworld, mob side of the galaxy here, with Boba and Fennec Shand (Ming-Na Wen, reprising her Mandalorian and Bad Batch role) attempting to make a name for themselves in the territory once controlled by Jabba and his crime syndicate. “Why speak of conflict when co-operation can make us all rich?” Co-operation, of course, but it’s clear you don’t mess with Boba.

On board directing chapters of this eight-episode first season (assuming more follow) are Robert Rodriguez, Jon Favreau, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Dave Filoni, with Rodriguez, Favreau and Filoni among the executive producer team. The Mandalorian composer Ludwig Göransson returns here as well.

Check out the trailer below and be sure to mark the date: The Book of Boba Fett, also starring Jennifer Beals as a Twi’lek, will premiere on Disney+ on December 29th.

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