Jeremy Bulloch Autographs | Star Wars Autographs Boba Fett



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Authentic Jeremy Bulloch Autographs | Star Wars Autographs Boba Fett.


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Boba Fett is a fictional character and bounty hunter in the Star Wars franchise and the pilot of the Slave I spaceship. In Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980), hired by Darth Vader to capture Han Solo. He also appears at Jabba the Hutt’s palace in Episode VI – Return of the Jedi (1983). In 1997, retroactively added to the Special Edition of Episode IV – A New Hope. The character noted for speaking very few words and never removing his helmet in the original trilogy.

The prequel film Episode II; Attack of the Clones (2002) establishes Boba Fett’s origin as a clone of bounty hunter Jango Fett; who raised him as his son, and was the original owner of the Slave I. Boba also appears in episodes of The Clone Wars, bridging his story line between the two trilogies.

Boba Fett autographs also featured in many works of the non-canonical Legends continuity; in which, notably revealed to have survived his apparent death; after falling into the Sarlacc’s Pit in Return of the Jedi, among other adventures. The character’s popularity within the Star Wars fan base has achieved him a cult status.


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The character

The character Boba Fett primarily played by Jeremy Bulloch in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. Bulloch’s half-brother alerted him to the role. He was cast as Fett because the costume happened to fit “as if a Savile Row tailor had come out and made it”; he did not have to do a reading or screen test, and Jeremy Bulloch autographs never worked from a script for either film.


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Filming the role for Empire lasted three weeks. The actor was pleased with the costume and used it to convey the character’s menace. Bulloch based his performance on Clint Eastwood’s portrayal of the Man with No Name in A Fistful of Dollars; similar to the Western character, Bulloch cradled the gun prop, made the character seem ready to shoot, slightly tilted his head, and stood a particular way. Furthermore, Jeremy Bulloch autographs for sale did not try to construct a backstory for the character, and said later that “the less you do with Boba Fett, the stronger he becomes”. Playing Fett in Empire was both the smallest and most physically uncomfortable role Bulloch has played;Bulloch said donning the heavy jetpack was the worst aspect of the role. Other Star Wars characters played by Jeremy were Lieutenant Sheckil and Captain Colton.


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Jeremy Bulloch autographs Captain Colton Star Wars 1



Also, Between filming The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, Mark Hamill pitched the idea that Fett was Luke Skywalker’s mother to George Lucas autograph, which “he didn’t like”.

Bulloch spent four weeks on Return of the Jedi. He was unaware of Fett’s demise before filming began and was “very upset” by the development; he would like to have done more with Fett. Still, Jeremy Bulloch autographs believed killing Fett made the character stronger, and that his “weak” death makes fans want the character to return. Likewise, Bulloch thought a scene created for the Special Edition in which Fett flirts with one of Jabba’s dancers was not in keeping with the character’s nature.


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The new Boba Fett

A younger version of the character played by Daniel Logan in Attack of the Clones. Logan never seen any Star Warsfilms before being cast as Fett; but he watched the original trilogy at Lucas’ request. In fact, the actor had to rely on his imagination for the bluescreen filming. In addition, both Bulloch and Logan had also expressed interest in reprising their role of Fett in the planned Underworld TV series, but the series remains undeveloped.


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