Actor Temuera Morrison will obviously be reprising his role in the upcoming Disney+ series, The Book of Boba Fett. The new show will dive into the Fett mythology as it spins off from the highly successful Mandalorian. While production was going on, very little was known about the show that will premiere this December on the streaming outlet. It will be another surefire hit for the owner of the Star Wars brand. As many fans are still battling it out on the internet over the sequel trilogy, Disney has proven that televised Star Wars under the guidance of Jon Favreau and Dave Filoni is a surefire hit across the board. Now, Morrison has revealed the directors for the upcoming Fett series.
When speaking with Express.co.uk, Morrison says that many of the directors from The Mandalorian are returning for the latest live action adventure. It’s already been revealed that Robert Rodriguez is on board as a director and executive producer but Morrison says that:
“some great directors” including “Jon Favreau, Bryce Dallas Howard, Dave Filoni” are all on board this show as well. When Morrison was asked about a second season, he replied, “There’s been no talk about it.”
It’s been discussed previously that this will be a one shot event series in the realm of WandaVision or Loki.