Book of Boba Fett Star Seemingly Spoils a Big Action Sequence

The Book of Boba Fett star Temuera Morrison may have let slip the details of an upcoming action scene in the Disney+ Star Wars show.

During an interview with ET Canada, Morrison and co-star Ming-Na Wen were asked how they managed to remain serious on set instead of "nerding out" over being in Star Wars. Morrison began, "There's a great scene where we're on the gunship and we both--" Morrison was unable to say anything more as a panicked Wen jumped in to cut off any further potential spoilers.

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Initially, Wen wasn't completely sure that Morrison was talking about a spoiler, as she asked, "Is that in The Mandalorian?" but she quickly answered herself and realized it was indeed a spoiler. Morrison took the rebuke in good humor and showed the friendly relationship between the pair by replying, "There was this great scene that I was going to talk about, but-- It was a great scene."

The Book of Boba Fett is a spinoff of The Mandalorian and focuses on Morrison's Fett as he attempts to solidify his position on the throne that once belonged to Jabba the Hutt. As well as starring some characters introduced in The Mandalorian such as Fennec Shand, it also introduces several new characters such as Madam Garsa Fwip, played by Jennifer Beals. Beals was able to put her own stamp on Garsa Fwip by working with the show's crew. "I sent [Costume designer Shawna Trpcic] these images that came to me, and she incorporated them into my costumes," she explained. "It was incredible to me."

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The show is also full of surprise cameos from established and often obscure characters from across the Star Wars franchise. Much like the action scene that Morrison almost spoiled, these cameos are kept secret and are fun Easter eggs for hardcore Star Wars fans to find.

One example can be found in the second episode of the show, "The Tribes of Tatooine," when a character from the Marvel-produced Star Wars comics made his live-action debut. Many Star Wars fans were elated to see the Wookiee bounty hunter Black Krrsantan on screen as a bodyguard for a pair of Hutt siblings that tried to challenge Fett's claim to Jabba's throne.

A new episode of The Book of Boba Fett releases every Wednesday on Disney+.

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