Boba Fett standalone Star Wars film now '100% dead'
Instead, LucasFilm's focus will reportedly be shifted to the upcoming Mandalorian series.
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Instead, the focus of Disney-owned LucasFilm has reportedly shifted to the upcoming series, The Mandalorian, which will premiere exclusively on
yet-unnamed streaming service. The series is helmed by
director Jon Favreau, along with an intriguing set of other directors, and focuses on a mysterious individual inspired by Boba Fett.
franchise has been in flux since the disappointing box office returns of the spin-off film "Solo." Though LucasFilm has rejected reports that all spin-offs have been put on hold, reports have surfaced that the studio is reevaluating its approach to films beyond the new trilogy, which will come to an end with the upcoming Star Wars: Episode 9, scheduled for release Dec. 20, 2019.
At time of publication, Disney had yet to respond to a request for comment.
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