BOOK OF BOBA FETT. End of broadcast for the first season of the series The Book of Boba Fett. Episode 7 ends in a rather enigmatic way with a post-credits scene.
The Book of Boba Fett – who is the character in the post-credits scene of episode 7?
[Mis à jour le 9 février 2022 à 17h49] It was on Wednesday, February 9 that the first season of the series The Book of Boba Fett (or The Book of Boba Fett for English speakers) ended with the broadcast of an action-packed episode 7.
If the series has not yet been renewed for a season 2, a post-credits scene placed at the end of the episode is enough to intrigue viewers subscribed to Disney++. Attention spoilers from the post-credits scene of episode 7 of The Book of Boba Fett in the following two paragraphs.
Episode 7’s short post-credits scene takes place in Boba Fett’s break room. We find there the tank of Bacta that he uses for a good part of the series to regenerate his body bruised during his previous adventures. But it is however not Boba Fett that we see inside the tank.
Indeed, it is a man with white hair and beard that can be discovered in the tank. The opposite is the character called “The Modifier” (played by Stephen Bruner alias Thundercat), a sort of surgeon specializing in human modifications, already seen in episode 4 of the series The Book of Boba Fett.
But who is it in the Bacta tank? It seems to be the character played by Timothy Olyphant, Marshal Cobb Vanth. Seriously injured in episode 6 during a duel with bounty hunter Cad Bane, Cobb Vanth does not appear in episode 7 despite his desire to help Boba Fett mentioned in the previous episode.
At the end of the final episode of the season, Fennec Shand offers Fett to use the tank of Bacta to recover after the fight but he tells him that it “is used”. We can therefore imagine that the new lord of Mos Espa seeks to heal the marshal with the help of the Modifier as he had done for Fennec Shand previously.
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Season 2 of the series The Mandalorian surprised many fans of the Star Wars saga by revealing the arrival of a certain Boba Fett, a famous bounty hunter who appeared in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Almost mute, the character has long fueled the fantasies of fans of the saga, in particular by the charisma of his green Mandalorian armor.
To the delight of fans of the saga, the interpreter of Jango Fett (Attack of the Clones), Temuera Robinson had thus returned to the screen in The Mandalorian before Lucasfilm announced that the character of Boba Fett would have right to its own series on Disney +: The Book of Boba Fett, whose French title is none other than Le Livre de Boba Fett.
The series The Book of Boba Fett was broadcast exclusively on the Disney+ platform from December 29, 2021. Broadcast weekly, the seven episodes of the series ended on February 9, 2022.
“The Boba Fett Book chronicles the adventures of a legendary bounty hunter and mercenary Fennec Shand. After venturing into the underworld of the galaxy, both return to the middle of the dunes of Tatooine to claim the territory once ruled by Jabba the Hutt and his crime syndicate…
Temuera Robinson, who appeared as Jango Fett in Attack of the Clones then Boba Fett in The Mandalorian, takes over the role of the bounty hunter in green armor. He gives the reply to Ming Na-Wen who here takes over the role of Fennec Shand, a character who appeared in the series The Mandalorian. The series also saw the return of Pedro Pascal as Din Djarinn, the Mandalorian from the eponymous series.
On the creative team side, the series is co-produced by John Bartnicki (The Lion King) and John Hampian. As executive producers, we also find Jon Favreau (The Mandalorian, Iron Man), Dave Filon (The Mandalorian, Star Wars Clone Wars and Rebels) but also Robert Rodriguez (Alita Battle Angel), Kathleen Kennedy (President of Lucasfilm), Colin Wilson (Avatar), Karen Gilchrist (The Jungle Book) and Carrie Beck (Star Wars Rebels).