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"Think Bounty Hunter," McCallum Says of Star Wars TV

Updated December 13, 2014 11:36 am • Published
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Star Wars producer Rick McCallum tells that the Star Wars TV series on the horizon will take place between Episode III and IV. Could this be why Boba Fett wasn't old enough for an appearance in Revenge of the Sith?

McCallum also denied rumors that the new series would focus on members of the Skywalker family, but repeated that the show will take place in the timeframe between Episode III and IV. "All-new characters," he added. "That missing 20-year period when Luke is growing up. ... Think bounty hunter. That's all I can tell you. There's nobody else that you'll know [in it]. At the moment. You know, it's still [in] really, really early stages. He hasn't really sat down to think about which direction [he's going]."

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5 thoughts on “"Think Bounty Hunter," McCallum Says of Star Wars TV

  1. Sadriel Fett says:

    I think I like the sound of the "Think bounty hunter" thing. Very cool.

  2. Julia says:

    Interesting...let's just hope that Star Wars has a chance to redeem itself and bring in things that we've always wanted...our puddin' Boba! oh yes...

  3. Nate Starkiller says:

    they better have some fett

  4. Matt says:

    It'd be kinda hard to make ONE story out of all the fan fiction, novels, and comic books about the origin of Boba Fett.,

  5. stefanwolf says:

    I sense that we will witness all the jedi slaying, at fetts hands, that we missed out on in ROTS.

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