Talking about the development phase of the Book of Boba Fett, it’s all started in early November 2020, creation on either the third period of The Mandalorian or a potential side project series zeroing in on Boba Fett was accepted to be booked to start sometime thereafter or in early December.
A Boba Fett spin-off series was not reported by Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy at Disney’s Investor Day occasion on December 10, when The Mandalorian side projects Rangers of the New Republic and Ahsoka were declared; Kennedy said those series exist inside The Mandalorian’s timetable and were intended to finish in a “climactic story event”.
Kennedy reported that the “following section” of The Mandalorian story would debut in December 2021.
The Mandalorian’s second-season finale, “Section 16: The Rescue“, was delivered later in December 2020. It incorporates a “surprise end-credit sequence” that uncovered The Book of Boba Fett was coming in December 2021.
This prompted some disarray and theory among pundits who accepted this was a caption for the third period of The Mandalorian, and that The Mandalorian would change center from its title character Din Djarin to Boba Fett with the third season.
Jon Favreau, The Mandalorian’s maker, and showrunner, before long, explained that The Book of Boba Fett was its own series, separate from the third period of The Mandalorian.
He clarified that the side project was not reported by Kennedy at the Investor Day occasion since they would not like to “spoil the surprise” of the uncover toward the finish of “Section 16: The Rescue”.
He added that creation had effectively started on the side project. It is a leader created by Favreau, Dave Filoni, and Rodriguez, with Rodriguez coordinating a few of the series’ episodes.
Like the other side projects, The Book of Boba Fett is likewise set inside the timetable of The Mandalorian, and has been portrayed as “The Mandalorian season 2.5”.
The creation alluded to every scene of The Book of Boba Fett as though it was a third period of The Mandalorian; for instance, the main scene was alluded to as “301” as opposed to the ordinary “101” for a series’ first episode.