At this point, I think you've all heard the news of Daniel Logan reprising his role as Boba Fett for The Clone Wars. If not, just click through the related links below. While the most recent comfirmations of Logan's casting came via an article from USA Today and Twitter , Lucasfilm now provides their official announcement...
Boba Fett Makes His Clone Wars Debut!
Feared throughout the galaxy for his ruthless reputation as a bounty hunter, Boba Fett has long been a figure of mystery and intrigue. And though he only had five lines (and a death scream) in the entire original trilogy, it was his silence which helped establish him as an iconic man of mystery – and a fan-favorite character.
Fett wasn’t always a hardened, masked mercenary in head-to-toe body armor. His origins were revealed briefly in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones…but the dangerous first steps on his journey from innocent to icon will for the first time be revealed in the thrilling, three-part season finale of Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Reprising his role from Attack of the Clones, Daniel Logan is back as the boy destined to become the galaxy’s most fearsome bounty hunter. But while his character may be motivated by hatred and revenge, Logan couldn’t be happier to return to that “galaxy far, far away.”
“I’m so thrilled to be part of the series,” he says. “The stories and the animation are just amazing, and I love what they’re doing with the character of Boba. He’s always been so mysterious, and we’re giving fans just enough to keep them hungry and wanting more. This arc is so cool, and I hope the fans will love the episodes as much as I loved working on them.”
Fans attending the Inside Star Wars: The Clone Wars panel at Wondercon on April 3rd (from 4:30–5:30pm in Ballroom 103) will be the first to see an exclusive sneak peek of the explosive second season finale.
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