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Two more spin-offs confirmed

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Mara

Well, we're already getting confirmation of an Obi-Wan solo film, but now Variety via Joblo.com is adding two more films to the list:

Boba Fett. And Jabba the Hutt.

 

Boba had been rumored for quite some time, so I don't think it's much of a surprise.

But reportedly the Jabba one was also rumored for a while (though I never heard about it?) and I think it's a bit more surprising.

 

So which are looking forward to more? Boba or Jabba?

 

I'm not much of a Boba Fett fan, but he's still more interesting than Jabba, I think.  Disney could grabbed any other ancillary Star Wars character, and it would be more interesting than Jabba, personally speaking.

Are there other characters you'd like to see get a spin-off?

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Andy

I never heard rumours about a Jabba film either, but never mind.

It doesn't look like there has been any official word on these new spin-offs yet, although an Obi-Wan film wouldn't surprise me. Ewan McGregor has made no secret of his willingness to return to the role. :)

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Mara

Well, these days it seems the closest we can get to a real official confirmation are these reports, lol. Until it hits theaters. :p

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Andy

True. Damn secretive Disney...

Remember the prequels where you had webcams on all the sets? :p

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Mara

Haha yes. Back in the early days of the Internet, and it took forever for the vids to load.

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