The Book of Boba Fett has been met with a cool welcome so far. A new chapter in Boba Fett’s story, Chapter 5, has reignited interest in the series, although many fans had hoped for more. Despite the fact that there are just two more episodes to go in Season 1, things are starting to change in unforeseen ways.
In the current episode of Boba Fett, the title “Chapter 5 – Return of the Mandalorian” makes it clear what the plot is about. In a surprise twist, the episode did not involve Boba Fett in any way and simply mentioned the character briefly at the conclusion. Although Bryce Dallas Howard directed the episode, the credits awarded Temuera Morrison first recognition for his contribution to the opener.
Anxious fans rejoiced when the theme from The Mandalorian was heard at the close of “Chapter 4”; nevertheless, it had been assumed that Mando would serve as more of an appearance than he currently seems to play in the book. Djarin tells the Master Assassin that he has a short visit to make before he joins Fett in the fight against the Pykes.
One must assume that Mando will go to Grogu before joining Fett’s fight and bringing the gift that The Armorer crafted with her when she does so. New rumours say that Grogu may be returning. He was last seen being protected by Luke Skywalker while learning the ways of the Jedi.
The Book of Boba Fett will include Luke Skywalker and Grogu, according to a report from Cinelinx. Next week’s “Chapter 6” might see the return of the Jedi Master, as Mando will be seeing his old charge and returning to Tatooine for the fight to come.
The Mandalorian Season 2 finale’s arrival of Luke Skywalker was breathtaking, a significant event that drove fans across the globe to tears. Having Mark Hamill return as his beloved character is a gift that will keep on giving for many years to come.
At the beginning of Chapter 5, Din Djarin is in a dismal state. Mando has returned to bounty hunting in order to find his old hideaway, but the Darksaber burdens him as he struggles to wield the weapon. As much as the Armorer tries to convince him that he is battling himself rather than an opponent, he is instantly expelled for having taken off his helmet when he was asked about it.
Din still seems to have been let down after Grogu was taken away. To let The Child go was the right thing to do; nonetheless; Mando was able to build a bond with the boy ever since his parents were killed in the Clone Wars. Din’s wistful gaze towards the night sky and the beskar he made show that he’s preoccupied by the loss of his child, which is why he’s having trouble mastering the Darksaber.
It now looks like Grogu and Din will be reunited, and this will happen sooner than many thought. The best prediction is that Mando will head to the new temple to meet with Luke Skywalker and the young Jedi.
How Luke will return is one of the greatest mysteries. Even though Hamill was de-aged using deepfake technology and a body double for stunt work for The Mandalorian, it’s doubtful that this is a long-term solution. Some want a new actor to portray Luke, while others want the original actor to keep playing him for as long as he’s willing. Sebastian Stan is a popular choice.
Since Lucasfilm just recruited a great deep fake artist, it seems probable that Mark Hamill will reprise his role as Luke Skywalker. Another concern is whether Harrison Ford will appear in The Book of Boba Fett, given that Indiana Jones 5 is purportedly using deepfake methods to de-age the title character.
Han Solo may be a character in the series, and it’s possible that Harrison Ford may be de-aged to play the character. Is there a chance that fans may get to see a reunion between Han Solo and Luke Skywalker?
It’s unlikely that Luke will play much more than a cameo role before Mando returns to Tatooine, but it might still be an important appearance. It seems like Din’s new starfighter has a backseat just for Grogu, so the two of them will be off exploring the galaxy once again. Before or after the fight with the Pykes, it’s unclear when it will happen.
The new episodes of The Book of Boba Fett will be released on Disney+ on Wednesdays, allowing fans to glimpse the return of some of their favorite characters.