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#678: January 17, 2016

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: According to the book "The Art of #StarWars: #TheForceAwakens," a Slave I-like ship was considered for the opening sequence of the film!

This panel sporting the Firespray-31-class patrol and attack craft appears on page 50 of the book, which you can grab inexpensively on Amazon:

Storyboard by Lucasfilm's storyboard and concept artist Iain McCaig. Helmet nod to Renato Argen Mendoza for the photo and heads up!

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#508: July 31, 2015

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#FettFriday: #BobaFett and #DarthVader in Cloud City's carbon-freezing chamber. What do you think the two were discussing?

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#503: July 26, 2015

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#BobaFett's tools, which from left to right entails a survival knife, anti-security blade, sonic beam weapon, and jetpack adjustment tool.

Photo courtesy of the official Star Wars Instagram account, shared in May 2014.

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#473: June 26, 2015

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#FettFriday: #BobaFett's look evolved from the white "supertrooper" prototype to include bold colors, "eyes" or "ears" on the helmet (later called Jaig eyes), and a Western-inspired poncho.

Art director Joe Johnston painted this version, which involved two more significant changes, before it went to Sandy Dhuyvetter to replicate for use in "The Empire Strikes Back." #StarWars #BehindTheScenes #BobaFettFanClub


#311: January 15, 2015

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#ThrowbackThursday: Pre-production documentation of #BobaFett's costume. Art director Joe Johnston supervised this thorough photo shoot which further fine-tuned the character we saw on the big screen in #StarWars "The Empire Strikes Back." For more behind-the-scenes photos, visit

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#295: December 30, 2014

View on InstagramFeaturing Thumbnail Glenn Randall Jr.

"Stunt coordinator Glenn Randall tries on the urethane Boba Fett suit created for Return of the Jedi in the parking lot of the Stardust motel outside Yuma, Arizona, circa April 1982." Helmet nod to for the scan and caption transcript, which comes from the new book "Star Wars Costumes: The Original Trilogy." See for more about the book.

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#283: December 18, 2014

View on InstagramFeaturing Thumbnail Richard Marquand

#ThrowbackThursday: #BobaFett stuntman with "Jedi" director Richard Marquand. The man behind the mask here was either Dickey Beer or Glenn Randall Jr., the two on-location stuntmen for Fett in Yuma, Arizona regarding the film work with Jabba's Sail Barge and the Sarlacc.

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