Boba Fett’s book proves that Disney has a Star Wars prequel problem

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Book of Boba Fett Point out Disney’s prequel problem Star wars universe.Boba Fett’s return Mandalorian, Season 2 was well received, and Bounty Hunter’s upcoming spin-off drama is highly anticipated.While it promises to be an exciting journey for fans’ favorite characters, the show will become part of the larger issue when considered with other Disney characters Star wars slate.

between The Book of Boba Fett, Mandalorian Season 3, and Asoka, Disney is creating and rapidly enriching an era of “prequel to sequel”.So far, it has achieved great success, and in many ways it has been Star wars right.As Ahsoka and Fett in Mandalorian In season 2, these programs are also expected to be interconnected. However, although these “prequel” products may be more popular than George Lucas’s prequel movies, this Disney era may be equally questionable-for more reasons.

Disney’s sequel trilogy features a first-class cast and has wonderful moments, but in other respects is considered an unorganized and poorly planned mess. In view of this, Disney either needs to focus on a narrative set in the legend of Skywalker, or construct the story of the sequel trilogy in a meaningful and thoughtful way.Without these, Disney will focus on the immediately followingReturn of the Jedi Time seems to be to quickly fix some of the strangest plot loopholes in the sequel trilogy (such as the clone origin of Supreme Leader Snooker) and please disappointed fans.If so, then it’s questionable Disney’s Star wars Is entering a creative decline.

Indeed Mandalorian Connected to the sequel trilogy in several ways, and probably Book of Boba Fett with Asoka Will also find ways to do this. However, in order for these programs to really help redeem the sequel trilogy, they must be connected in a way that provides narrative, not just logical continuity. The prequel of George Lucas is full of the universe of the original trilogy, but this is done to tell the tragic story of Anakin Skywalker, not to solve the plot problem.This is a far cry from how Mandalorian It eagerly fills in the gaps in the logic of the sequel trilogy, such as its sloppy power healing settings to explain how Rey and Kyloren force healing Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, And a glimpse of the Empire’s first attempt to clone. These revelations made up for the loopholes in the sequel trilogy, but did not make them look more interesting, like a series or movie about Kylo Ren giving up his Jedi training for the First Order.

If afterJedi Knight The show will not add depth to the sequel trilogy, they must plant seeds for the timeline after Skywalker Legend to avoid becoming a simple fan service.even though Book of Boba Fett Mandalorian, with Asoka Interconnected, if the audience realizes that each story is irrelevant, the risk will be lower and lower Star Wars: The Force Awakens. even Asoka, After it promised to reintroduce the Jedi (including Ezra Bridger) and a brilliant villainRoger The timeline is unlikely to affect the galaxy of the trilogy after the sequel-Ahsoka himself is implied that he has passed away The rise of Skywalker, And her possible opponent, Marshal Thrawn, is completely absent in the trilogy.

Obviously, Disney has been hesitating whether to commit to the trilogy direction of the follow-up episode. Star Wars: Phantom The potential of this era has been proven, involving the future of the Force, lightsaber, and Jedi. However, this is not a classic, further suggesting that Disney is afraid of taking the legend into a new direction. Lucasfilm’s upcoming show will definitely satisfy the audience. However, if there is no bigger plan, they may just be safe bets and nostalgic appeal. hope, Book of Boba Fett The iconic role will be used to develop the franchise in a meaningful way.



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