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#677: January 16, 2016

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#JangoFett and #GeorgeLucas, as seen in this publicity photo for #StarWars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.


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#521: August 13, 2015

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#ThrowbackThursday: What do you think #GeorgeLucas told #DanielLogan ("Young #BobaFett") in this candid moment on the set of #StarWars: Attack of the Clones?


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#62: May 11, 2014

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An excerpt from the #StarWars Episode 5 screenplay written by Lawrence Kasdan and Leigh Brackett from a story by #GeorgeLucas: "As the Avenger Star Destroyer moves slowly into space, the hatch on its underbelly opens, sending a trail of junk behind it. Hidden among the refuse, the Falcon tumbles away. In the next moment, the Avenger roars off into hyperspace. The Falcon's engines are ignited, and it races off into the distance. Amidst the slowly drifting junk, Boba Fett's ship appears and moves after the Falcon." For more images of #BobaFett from #TheEmpireStrikesBack, visit http://www.bobafettfanclub.com/multimedia/galleries/thumbnails.php?album=23


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#61: May 10, 2014

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Nilo Rodis-Jamero is said to have designed #BobaFett's Slave I. Credited as an assistant art director and visual effects creator on #StarWars The Empire Strikes Back and costume designer on Return of the Jedi, Rodis-Jamero worked with Joe Johnston and subsequently #GeorgeLucas. Initially influenced by a radar dish, he is quoted about how it incorrectly became a "street lamp" inspiration in the book entitled "Star Wars: The Annotated Screenplays." The sketch here was published in "The Art of Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back." For more about the designer, visit his page on Fettpedia: http://bobafettfanclub.com/fettpedia/Nilo_Rodis-Jamero