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Boba Fett Deleted Scene From 'The Mandalorian' Revealed

Boba Fett Deleted Scene From 'The Mandalorian' Revealed

We'll see more in The Book of Boba Fett.

Imogen Mellor

Imogen Mellor

I know it sounds dumb when I say it like this, but technology is really incredible isn't it? I'm reminded of how cool tech has become with a new video from ILM following some of the production of The Mandalorian season 2 where we can see the huge LED screen set they used to bring some of the Star Wars universe to life.

Originally, the Star Wars films were mostly practical. VFX wasn't an option for many of the shots they needed, however with the prequel films, George Lucas flew too close to the CGI sun with too many green (or blue) screen effects. Now with the more recent Star Wars instalments, especially with The Mandalorian the two are balanced incredibly well with the tools filmmakers have now. And in the demo that ILM shows us, we get a sneak peek of a deleted scene.

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Boba Fett was spotted by The Direct to be talking to Greef Karg on set with this behind-the-scenes video. The moment in which we see the two talking is brief, and obviously in-between takes, but it does beg the question of what was cut from the final product?

What would they have been discussing? Did Boba take on a job from the guild Karg ran? Well, who's to say. However, we're expecting to find out a lot more about Boba Fett and his adventures in the upcoming series, The Book of Boba Fett, which is apparently still set to release at the end of this year sometime. Once it's out you'll be able to find the series on Disney+.

Even though the clip doesn't show us too much of this interaction, the entire video is worth a watch because of just how impressive the set is. When watching the film the backgrounds seem so full of life and finding out they're only just behind the actors as LED screens when shooting is incredible.

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Topics: Star Wars, TV and Film, The Mandalorian