Boba Fett will appear in the second season of Disney Plus' The Mandalorian, played by veteran Star Wars actor Temuera Morrison, according to The Hollywood Reporter, By Chris Arrant
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The Hollywood trade reports that it's "expected" that he'll play "just a small role" in the already-filmed second season - with THR confirming that Fett was the character that walked upon the dead body of Fennec Shand (played by Ming-Na Wen) in season one.

Morrison played Jango Fett in the "Star Wars" prequel trilogy, and his character's DNA was used for the clone army that would become the original Stormtroopers - as well as Jango's adopted son, Boba Fett.
Daniel Logan played the young Boba Fett in Attack of the Clones, while the character was played by multiple actors - Jeremy Bulloch, John Morton, Mark Austin, Don Bies, and Nelson Hall - in Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Morrison voiced Boba Fett in the re-releases of the Star Wars original trilogy and several video games.
The character died in Return of the Jedi, although now non-canon comic books and prose novels revealed that he survived. If THR's report is accurate, this would mark the first confirmation that he also survived in the new continuity - though the "how" remains to be seen.
The Mandalorian's second season is expected to debut this October on Disney Plus.
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