Boba Fett Movie Release Date Confirmed For 2016 By Star Wars 7 Spinoff Leak

Patrick Frye

The Boba Fett movie released has been confirmed for 2016 via a leak over the Star Wars 7 spinoff schedules.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, Star Wars 7 has just started filming in the Abu Dhabi desert, and from all descriptions it sounds like Tatooine is making a comeback in some form or another. Director J.J. Abrams also shared the very first photo from the set.

The very first confirmation of the Boba Fett movie came from director John Schnepp, who said that writer Lawrence Kasdan will be handling the project. If you don't know who that is, Kasdan wrote The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and Raiders of the Lost Ark.

The other rumor claimed that Disney was having trouble writing the script for the Boba Fett movie. It's claimed that a bunch of Disney executives were having a meeting and they were having "minor problems going forward with a film about a villain" since they did not want him to lose the menace of the original series:

"Lucasfilm wants Boba Fett to remain menacing and scary but we have to make him the hero of the film and it is a real challenge."

As it turns out, this estimate was right on the money. Like with all major Disney movie series they plan on making Star Wars toys. During a recent event the toy maker Hasbro revealed the year they were planning on releasing the toys and also which Stars Wars toys they were. Here is the known Star Wars release date schedule:

How do you think the Boba Fett movie should portray the famous Star Wars bounty hunter?