Boba Fett Actor Provides Update on The Mandalorian Spin-off Production

The risky move to schedule The Book of Boba Fett ahead of The Mandalorian Season 3 has proven to have been a wise one for Disney. The series’ lead actor Pedro Pascal recently filled his upcoming slate as he takes on the role of Joel in the HBO adaptation of The Last of Us game franchise.

Bespin Bulletin reported on an interview that The Project New Zealand conducted with Temuera Morrison in which he confirmed that he’s currently filming The Book of Boba Fett in Los Angeles. Morrison said on the secretive nature of the filming: “I’m working on The Book of Boba (Fett). Keep it quiet though, I can’t tell anybody.”
Additionally, the New Zealand actor commented on the precautions currently being taken on the set due to COVID-19, including “rapid tests every three days” leading to a “different way of working,”:

“We’re working with masks and shields. We have rapid tests every three days and a normal test once a week. It’s a different way of working these days, but we’re still getting through stuff. Things are still being made. You have to go to work a little earlier where they take your temperature then they give you a band to say you’re allowed on set. I’m one of the blessed ones, they come to my trailer to do my COVID tests. When I talk to set people are told to put their shields down and I feel like my big shot, they shout ‘actor on set’ and everybody puts their shields down so it’s a bit of a procedure

When I leave set we have zones, A zone, green zone, red zone. It’s a bit different, but things are still being shot.”
With the actor’s priority given to the HBO series, fans should potentially prepare to see a little less of Din Djarin in the future with less frequent seasons and possibly more helmet scenes. Meanwhile, The Book of Boba Fett should be sure to satisfy Star Wars fans with all the Veskar armor action they desire as the series explores Boba’s adventures through the galaxy’s criminal underworld.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.