Star Wars has tons of bounty hunters, but which ones are the most feared in the galaxy? Here is a ranking of the top 10 including Boba Fett and more!
Despite his limited appearances in the movies, Boba Fett is a beloved Star Wars character. For his fans, give them a product from this gift guide!
Tons of movie sequels and prequels never see the light of day. Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Mad Max: Fury Road and other classics are on this list.
The Boba Fett movie is no more, but the upcoming live-action TV show The Mandalorian will be the perfect bounty hunter fix for Star Wars fanatics.
Did Boba Fett cameo in Solo: A Star Wars Story after all? Here's why fans missed him, and how his new look would've set up his origin movie.
Lucasfilm's no longer in development Boba Fett movie would've seen the bounty hunters from The Empire Strikes Back make appearances.
The long-rumored Boba Fett spinoff movie is reportedly no longer happening as Lucasfilm turns their attention to The Mandalorian.
In 2013, Lucasfilm revealed that they were working on a Boba Fett Star Wars spinoff. But they seem far more interested in Mandalorians.
Disney may be planning to slowdown their Star Wars release schedule after Episode 9 that may not guarantee a new film every year.
The Boba Fett movie could possibly draw inspiration from a short story that detailed the bounty hunter's rivalry with Han Solo.
Lucasfilm is reassessing their strategy when it comes to Star Wars spinoffs and will reconfigure James Mangold's Boba Fett movie as a result.
Now that Disney is reassessing its business strategy with Star Wars, they may want to consider making mid-budget movies to relieve the pressure.
Lucasfilm is holding back on Star Wars Stories going forward. But the real problem isn't that spinoffs exist - it's that they chose the wrong stories.
In the wake of Solo disappointing at the box office, Lucasfilm is putting future Star Wars Story spinoff films on hold for the time being.
Lucasfilm's rumored Boba Fett spinoff movie likely won't begin filming until 2020, as James Mangold works on his Ford vs. Ferrari project.
After Rogue One's and Solo's box office and critical successes, Lucasfilm should continue producing Anthology series to open up the lore.
Solo: A Star Wars Story is performing well below expectations. What lessons can Lucasfilm learn for their next Star Wars anthologies?