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The new Disney + document highlights the joyous experience it must be to make a Star Wars movie or show.

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Well Brad Gulixon · Published May 14, 2022

Star Wars Explanation this is our constant series where we delve into the latest shows, movies, trailers and Star Wars news to predict the future of the franchise. This article examines the best excerpts from the recent Disney Gallery documentary: “Bob Fett’s Book.”


Detachment John Favreau and Dave Filoni gathered around them at Lucasfilm warmly and attractively. Using these Disney Gallery Disney + documents Star Wars the clan opened its doors to its audience. We are in a hurry and do not want to leave when the execution time is over. We want to have a party with these people because, by all accounts, they really do throw a party during every production.

The latest Disney Gallery entry with an emphasis on Bob Fett’s book shows numerous sequences indicating contagious spirit on the set. Everyone at Lucasfilm seems to realize the incredible privilege of adding an extra layer to a science fiction saga George Lucas built. The one-hour document shows the number of smiles and laughter you want to see Star Wars to shoot. If we were there, we would live. So if we can’t be, it’s good to see that those out there spent their lives. However, this does not make us less jealous.

Highlights from the new Feta bean book Disney Gallery mostly revolve around this unique joy, but a few other fragments reveal a thematic idea. Executive Producer Robert Rodriguez puts his hands on his favorite figurine and unravels his inner life, drawing from many other sources. Some you can probably guess. Some you wouldn’t. Let’s dig deeper and explore some fun takeaways from the Disney + excavations.


The Enlarged Universe is crucial to the continued success of Star Wars.

At the beginning of the document, Favreau tells how each project requires them to view films and shows that were before, as well as the history of the Expanded Universe. When each project starts working, they pull out comics, cartoons and books. They look around the franchise, hunting for characters that have not yet affected the live action. That’s why you get characters like Black Krrsantan and Cad Bane y Bob Fett’s bookand so you see the translator’s box on Hammerhead Mayor Moko Shaiz.

At one point Favreau recalls Obi-Wan Kenobi’s reference to The Clone Wars A new hope. He emphasizes how exciting this sequence was; how it aroused our curiosity and sent spectators into the trenches of the Expanded Universe, which began digging after 1977. Favreau, Philoni and Rodriguez are great children who have happily worked in the sandbox since childhood, which they never left. The only difference is that they can afford all the toys now, and they pull as much as they can into their Lucasfilm game set.


Bob Fett is an equal part of Conan the Barbarian and Vita Carleone.

In one segment, as Dave Filoni explains how Bob Fett’s book draws his inspiration from gangster films, he also refers to Conan the Barbarian. The young Cimmerian and the clone-bounty hunter have a lot in common. They lost their parents when they were children. The trauma sent them down a dark path, but along the way their love for their parents also encouraged them to do more of what they possess. Conan aspired to be king as Bob now aspires to be Daimyo Mosa Espoo.

Bob Fett is also Vita Carleone. He is an immigrant who enters a new world, desperate to prove himself and start a loving family after his old family has been abducted. Bob Fet hides a hole in his soul. Each chapter in Bob Fett’s book he is trying to fill it.


He is a member of a tribe.

In his trailer, Temuer Morrison stands reading aloud the script. When he says these words, his voice trembles.

In the light of the fire he is helped by a warrior, and, putting on his weapon the last pieces of equipment, he raises his slender gaffe wand. He expertly twists it and holds it with both hands on his hips. He looks up at the stars as his new, transformed silhouette is engraved in the horizon of the desert planet’s radiance. He is a new man. He is no longer alone. He is a member of a tribe.

The words belong to John Favreau’s screenplay for the second chapter. Seeing them roll over Morrison’s body as he prepares for the next stage of his process – the makeup chair – moves. You get the impression that the actor can immerse himself in Bob Fett in a way he was never allowed to do with Jango Fett’s Attack of the Clones. In this brief moment you see how Morrison is completely devoted to Bob Fett’s travels. It’s inspiring.


Lawrence of Arabia played on the set.

Before filming the assault on the train in Section 2, John Favreau showed the crew Lawrence of Arabia. No, not in some convenient theater on the site. On the monitors on the set, Favreau played an epic of David Lynn before shouting “Action.” Favreau draws attention to how the images of the original film try to keep control of the scene without allowing chaos to build up.

The threat of catastrophe is everywhere in sequence, and they hoped to repeat Lawrence of Arabiadisturbing anxiety in Bob Fett’s book. Their cinematographer, Dean Candyfurther highlights, saying, “John can instantly point to a bright moment that’s all about what the audience loved in another film that relates to the world Star Wars». If another director has already succeeded with a similar moment, why not steal their victory and apply it to his own?


Rosario Dawson sees Luke Skywalker.

Perhaps the happiest sequence in Disney Gallery doc witness Rosary Dawsonshocked to see Mark Hamill on the set. Luke Skywalker’s name is never mentioned in her script. Similar to MandalorianCheating second season, instead of the name of the Jedi celebrity was a prequel that supports player Plo Kun. Dawson could not understand its significance, but did not think about it until she saw Hamil standing there. The Disney Gallery the team exceptionally captures the surprise and it is very nice.

Throughout Disney Gallery In the episode, you witness the influence of Mark Hamill on the cast and crew. The actor is an icon. His face appeared on everything from sheets to toothbrushes. You are thrown into a noose when you suddenly encounter this in real life. Additionally, it is gratifying that Mark Hamill seems to understand his power and is happy to oblige those who fall under it.


Doug Chang pilots N1.

Designer-producer Doug Chang is legendary. He has been at Lucasfilm since ILM worked Ghost. He was a conceptual prequel artist and responsible for the Naboo N-1 star fighter, which brought fame to young Anakin Skywalker during Ghost threatculmination.

One of Bob Fett’s bookLittle triumphs are in the way he brings this design back to the screen, creating a hot rod version for Dean Jarin for the pilot. Basically, Chan and his team American graffiti a spaceship, and it looks damn good. Even better, Lucasfilm built a life-size version of the cab and threw Chang over the stick. As dizzying as Rosario Dawson was when meeting Mark Hamill, Chang seems all the more out of the opportunity to sit with the child he gave birth to more than twenty years ago. Honestly, we are thrilled with it.


Disney Gallery: Bob Fett’s book there is now streaming at Disney +.

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Brad Gulixon is a weekly film school columnist and senior curator of One Perfect Shot. If you don’t think about movies here, then he thinks about comics as a co-advisor for comic book couples. Follow him on Twitter: @MouthDork. (He / she)

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