With a hardcover novelization now in bookstores, Matthew Stover spelled out the screenplay of May’s blockbuster, Revenge of the Sith. So what’s written about Boba Fett?
Like other novelizations, Stover’s book was made possible through close cooperation among the author, the publisher and the filmmakers. Stover began writing the novel in the fall of 2003 and finished the following summer. Revisions were dictated both by the editing process, including a line-by-line review by Lucas, and by changes in the script itself. / Source (CNN International)
Nevertheless, after thumming through the pages, skimming for a couple of unique words…
Was there something missed? Could there be a sentence in there? Will the appearance be visual, or purely cinematographic?
boards.bobafettfanclub.com has discussed, coming to the conclusion the best bet is a walk-thru, ala Mark Austin’s portrayal of Boba Fett in A New Hope: Special Edition, alongside Jabba the Hutt in Docking Bay 94.