Some consider it tabloid, others coin it creativity. But maybe there’s some truth to Supershadow, the curator of his cumulation of Star Wars notations, claiming to be coming from the earshot of George Lucas.
Boba Fett made it in his December 13 report about Episode 3 at supershadow.com:
Master Shadow, responding to a comment made on Saturday, Dec. 11th, in regards to the possibility of adding a scene with Boba Fett killing Mace Windu and getting his revenge, wouldn’t that mean that someone other than Sidious knows his true identity? (SuperShadow: Yeah, I guess so.)
Previously on SS.com: “As they fight, just before Anakin strikes down Windu, a young Boba Fett disintegrates Windu (getting his revenge) which upsets Anakin. This would explain the “No disintegrations” lecture from Vader in The Empire Strikes Back.”
I don’t seem to grasp some people’s NEED to see Boba Fett or a young Han Solo or a young Lando, etc. Revenge of the Sith takes place, guesstimating about 3 – 4 years after Episode 2. (SuperShadow: ThatÃ¢Â€Â™s about right.) With that in mind, Boba Fett who was like 10 in Episode 2 would only be 13 – 14 in Revenge of the Sith. Most likely living somewhere being educated and training.
Hey Supes, why do the storm troopers (aka clone troopers) in the classic trilogy not have Jango Fett’s voice? (SuperShadow: Lucas has stated that not all of the storm troopers in the classic trilogy are clones of Jango Fett. By the time of the classic trilogy, the Empire has begun to use new DNA sources for the storm-trooper clones.)
Did the Jango clones become genetically unstable and become independent agents, so Palpatine chose another warrior to clone for the classic Empire troopers? (SuperShadow: No, the Clone Wars clone troopers remained stable. However, they grew old and had to be replaced with newer versions.)