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Disney/Lucasfilm Acquisition: Jeremy Bulloch Ready For Cameo

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Behind the scenes of Jeremy Bulloch's cameo in Episode III, alongside George Lucas

We caught up with Boba Fett himself, the one and only Jeremy Bulloch, to get his take on the Disney/Lucasfilm acquisition. In between his many shows in Canada and then of course Celebration VI, Jeremy has been busy in the UK voicing cartoons, but here's our exclusive:

"I think it's great news about Disney and Lucasfilm. I have always enjoyed the Star Weekends in Orlando and when you see how many people come along you realize how popular the films are (especially Boba Fett). Now of course it will go on for infinity. The new Star Tours ride has been a huge hit and I rode it 10 times before Boba appeared!"

Here's hoping Jeremy gets another cameo ... as a veteran "bounty hunter."


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