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Boba Fett To Make Small Cameo in Book of Boba Fett Season 2

Breaking news! Lucasfilm has boldly revealed its plans for the next season of Book Of Boba Fett. In a narrative decision that has sent shockwaves through the Star Wars fandom like a Death Star superlaser, it has been confirmed that Boba Fett will be making only a glorified cameo in the second season of his own show, The Book of Boba Fett. This move has been met with a mixture of bewilderment, outrage, and admiration for its sheer boldness. 

Kathleen Kennedy, the president of Lucasfilm, was ambushed by journalists in her driveway upon arriving home and swore up-and-down that it was not her decision to take the show down this path. She offered a cryptic insight into this controversial decision. “Look, it was explained to me that the writers wanted to explore the richness of the Star Wars universe by focusing on the stories of other characters in Boba Fett’s world,” Kennedy explained, looking mildly disheveled.

She followed that up with “Everyone knows that ‘less is more.’ By reducing Boba’s on-screen time, we amplify his presence in the Star Wars mythos. It’s about the spaces between the stars, the untold stories within the saga” before shuffling away into her mansion.

Kathleen Kennedy

Jon Favreau said this to the press: “We are bringing back Din Djarin and Ahsoka for a few episodes . . . actually they’ll be in more than half of the episodes, but that’s neither here nor there. We know these characters have resonated well with the fans and we want fans to know that we hear them.”

Favreau continues: “As regarding the brief cameo we have a scene where the Mandalorian asks Boba for directions to Mos Espa. Boba heroically points him in the right direction, showcasing his importance to the overall affairs of the galaxy. Fans will dig it!”

Fan Reactions To The News

One optimistic fan, who goes by the username LightSpeedDriver, expressed excitement at the news: “This is exactly the kind of innovative storytelling I expect from Star Wars! I mean, who needs Boba Fett in The Book of Boba Fett? It’s so meta, so artistic. It’s a bold exploration of the universe’s other characters. Maybe we’ll finally get that detailed backstory on the Mos Eisley cantina band we’ve all been demanding for years!”

Mando and Boba, side-to-side.

On the opposite end, a more pessimistic viewer, FettUpWithThis, shared a less enthusiastic view: “What’s next? ‘Star Wars without the Skywalkers? This is an absolute travesty. It’s like going to a concert for your favorite band, and they decide to let the roadies play the set instead. This is some ‘Rian Johnson’ level of subversion and I didn’t like it when he did it then, and I don’t like it now.”

YounglingLover1980 tweeted their take on the matter “”That’s it? My man Boba gets less screen time than a gungan at a diplomatic summit? This is not the way! I hope we get to see Grogu though, with all his youtful vigor”.

Closing Words

At publishing time it was revealed by a producer that the show was internally being referred to simply as The Mandalorian season 3.5 and that the decision was just made that Din would actually be in every episode of the season. What do you guys think about this farc-I mean, news? Hate it? Love it? Feeling indifferent about it? Let us know in the comments section. For more totally accurate and truthful Star Wars news be sure to follow Geek News Now on Facebook and our Twitter/X page here. May the farce, I mean Force, be with you!

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