Executive producer and director Robert Rodriguez explains how The Book Of Boba Fett differs from The Mandalorian
With the second chapter of The Book Of Boba Fett already delighting audiences around the world; executive producer Robert Rodriguez has opened up how the series differs from its predecessor. Moreover, he also elaborates on what we can expect from the rest of the season and teases “Boba will become synonymous with having a really great time”. Check out this excerpt from his interview with TVInsider.com below.
For his first foray into the Star Wars universe, Rodriguez wanted to make sure he wasn’t pushing his own aesthetic onto the franchise. “I wanted Boba (Temuera Morrison) to have his own language. I didn’t want it to feel like, ‘Oh, this is Robert stuff.’ I wanted it to feel like Boba stuff,” Rodriguez tells TV Insider. “I came up with a way to film him in a different way than they had been filming [The Mandalorian], to give him a different type of action and movement and attitude and point of view.”
That said, Boba Fett won’t feel entirely different from The Mandalorian, the filmmaker says. “It definitely feels like it’s cut from the same cloth, but it’s a different character and it’s more of an underworld kind of story,” he says. “We definitely have a lot of fun. I mean, there’s a lot going on in this season, it’s a mindblower.
He continues, “So you’ve just got to strap in because I think Boba will be synonymous with having a really great time because it’s a lot of challenges he’s up against and he deals with it in a very unorthodox way.”
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