Boba Fett

Star Wars

Well, duh. Seemingly not content with simply making fans of Star Wars explode their collective brains over the news that we are getting a whole new trilogy (with the first film to be directed by no less than J.J. Abrams!), Disney is now confirmed to be crafting stand-alone spin-off films that focus on beloved Star Wars characters. The first rumored star of such a film is tiny sage Yoda, and now EW adds to the fray with news that both Han Solo and Boba Fett could be getting their own films. The mind reels. The outlet reports that “sources close to the projects confirmed this was the direction the development was taking, although they cautioned it’s still very early in the process and, well, the deal could always be altered further.” As of now, the rumor is that one film would be “a young Han Solo saga, focusing on the wisecracking smuggler’s origin story” with the other billed as “a bounty hunter adventure with Boba Fett at the center of a rogue’s gallery of galactic scum.” Admit it, those sound pretty awesome.



If a picture is worth a thousand words, we’ve got like 610,000 words in this article, without actually typing any words! Ain’t the internet the greatest? Take a peek at what we thought was the coolest stuff around on Thursday and then dive into our expanded gallery! Above: Some characters from Hotel Transylvania. We found these two weirdos wandering around the floor and had to say hi. The Mummy is looking pretty righteous!


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