October 30, 2018
God is merciful.
It was announced, a few months back, that the cruel Jews at Disney were plotting to ravage our childhoods by making a Boba Fett movie.
The prospect of having to watch such a monstrosity has hit me pretty hard since then, and I’ve been hitting the bottle heavily to cope.
I’m not the only one. America has seen a surge in SRA in the past few months (Star Wars-related alcoholism).
But, as it turns out, God has not forsaken us. Indeed, the Jew’s cinematographic treachery has been foiled, and we’ve avoided this impending disaster.
Boba Fett is no longer getting his own spinoff movie.
News emerged in May that Disney and Lucasfilm had been developing a “Star Wars” standalone movie centered on the bounty hunter Boba Fett from “Logan” director James Mangold — although the project was never officially announced.
Variety has learned that Lucasfilm is no longer developing the Boba Fett movie project. Disney and Lucasfilm had no comment on Friday.
What a white pill. The idea of a spic/Maori Boba Fett movie had been haunting me for months now.
You know this is what they’d have done.
I just hope they lost millions of dollars on this failed project.
Boba Fett debuted in 1980’s “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back” and re-appeared in 1983’s “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi” as a mercenary for the Galactic Empire. Jeremy Bulloch played the character in the two movies and Jason Wingreen provided Boba Fett’s voice.
Yes, Jeremy Bulloch – a White man.
There is no doubt that the Jews at Disney would have made the character into some kind of 56 percenter, following Lucas’ lead from the prequel movies (which I still refuse to accept as canon, btw).
The untitled movie Boba Fett movie would have been one of the studio’s “Star Wars” anthology films, which were being spun off as origin stories. The first anthology film was 2016’s “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” followed by “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” starring Alden Ehrenreich as a young Han Solo. “Solo,” which opened in late May, was a major disappointment with less than $400 million in worldwide box office.
They certainly lost money on that one, if you consider the marketing expenses on top of the movie’s already enormous budget.
Maybe if the next main movie flops as well, Disney might consider cancelling the whole franchise.
In the meantime, Disney has been developing its “Star Wars” streaming TV series “The Mandalorian.” It revealed on Oct. 4 that Dave Filoni, who has worked on “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” and “Star Wars Rebels,” will direct the first episode of the series. “Thor: Ragnarok” director Taika Waititi, Bryce Dallas Howard, “Dope’s” Rick Famuyiwa, and Deborah Chow (“Jessica Jones”) will direct additional episodes. Jon Favreau will write and executive produce the series.
They’re making a series instead!
This was actually announced a while ago. I just didn’t have a chance to properly react to it yet.
These blasted Disney kikes are just hell-bent on making our lives miserable, aren’t they?
Jon Favreau is a Jew, obviously.
He’s rocking that Trotsky look, too.
The plot details were also revealed, with Favreau teasing “The Mandalorian” on Instagram.
“After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the ‘Star Wars’ universe,” read his post, in the style of a “Star Wars” opening crawl.
If the Jews want to produce their horrible movies – and TV shows – they can do so in Israel. Why do they insist on tormenting us in our own countries?
I need a drink.