Category: Adventure

Summary:  In the early years of the 20th century, the Kingsman agency is formed to stand against a cabal plotting a war to wipe out millions.

Year: 2021

Cinema Release Dates:  6th January 2022 (Australia), 31st December 2021 (Thailand), 26th December 2021 (UK), 22nd December 2021 (USA)

VOD Release Dates: TBA

Country: Germany, UK, ,USA, France, Italy

Director: Matthew Vaughn

Screenwriter: Matthew Vaughn, Karl Gajdusek

Cast: Ross Anderson (Corporal Johnstone), Robert Aramayo (Sergeant Major Atkins), Gemma Arterton (Polly), Lucia Jade Barker (Grand Duchess Olga), Joel Basman (Gavrilo Princip), Todd Boyce (Dupont), Daniel Bruhl (Erik Jan Hanussen), Callum Chiplin (Declan Nell), Ron Cook (Archduke Franz Ferdinand Of Austria), Max Count (Young King George), Charles Dance (Kitchener), Dora Davis (Grand Duchess Maria), Harris Dickinson (Conrad Oxford), August Diehl (Vladimir Lenin), Barbara Drennan (Sophie, Duchess Of Hohenberg), Ralph Fiennes (Orlando Oxford), Rosie Goddard (Grand Duchess Anastasia), Matthew Goode (Morton), George Gooderham (Young Tsar Nicholas), Tom Hollander (King George/Kaiser Wilhelm/Tsar Nicholas), Djimon Hounsou (Shola), Rhys Ifans (Grigori Rasputin), Neil Jackson (Captain Forrest), Branka Katic (Tsarina Alix), Ian Kelly (President Woodrow Wilson), Alexandra Maria Lara (Emily Oxford), Nigel Lister (Arthur Zimmerman), Molly McGeachin (Grand Duchess Tatiana), Kristian Wanzl Nekrasov (General Ludendorff), Emil Oksanen (Young Kaiser Wilhelm), Valerie Pachner (Mata Hari), Alexa Povah (Queen Victoria), Alexander Shaw (Young Conrad), Alexander Shefler (Tsareich Alexei), Alison Steadman (Rita), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Archie Reid), Aaron Vodovoz (Felix Yusupov), Toby Woolf (Young Conrad)

Running Time: 130 mins

Classification: MA15+ (Australia), 18 (Thailand), 15 (UK), R (USA)

OUR THE KING’S MAN REVIEWS

David Griffiths’ The King’s Man Review:

One of the best franchises to have surfaced over the past decade has been the very British King’s Man franchise. A kind of mix between James Bond and a Quentin Tarantino film the original film not only made Taron Egerton a household name but also introduced the world of a cinema to a secret organisation that could even see Colin Firth lay waste to a room full of villains.

A second film soon followed and of course fans of the franchise soon started to ask more and more questions about this society and how it began. Well now those questions are answered as writer/director Matthew Vaughn (Kick-Ass) returns to the universe with a prequel aptly titled The King’s Man.

The film chronicles the early days of The King’s Man organisation as widely respected pacifist Orlando Oxford(Ralph Fiennes – Schindler’s List) works with his hired help, Polly (Gemma Arterton – Clash Of The Titans) and Shola (Djimon Hounsou – Guardians of The Galaxy), to investigate a cabal that he believes he is working to keep World War I continuing as long as they can.

While the cabal, which is headed by Morton (Matthew Goode – Stoker) and aided by the likes of Rasputin (Rhys Ifans – The Amazing Spider-Man), are playing out their cunning plan Orlando finds himself wanting to try and end the war anyway he can after his only son, Conrad (Harris Dickinson – Beach Rats), expresses an interest in enlisting.

The term prequel when it comes to an established franchise is often a scary notion but Vaughn has delivered an absolute classic with this film – it is easily better than the second film and gives the audience a great insight into the organisation and the characters that started it.

The power of this film though is that Vaughn is more than willing to try various things throughout the film. Yes, the traditional action sequences that made the first film so special are back, but added to that is the fact that Vaughn has a real handle on characterisation this time. Then there is also the brilliant screenplay, which is co-written by Karl Gajdusek (Oblivion), which goes from tear-jerking moments to laughs with ease and is never afraid to mix genres as well. The scene in which a trio of king’s men take on Raputin has just the right mix of comedy and action and is one of the best cinematic moments of the year, as is one of the film’s biggest twists that we unfortunately can’t talk about here as it would be a spoiler for a major plot point.

The strongest point of this script though is the relationship that Vaughn stets up between Orlando and Conrad. The dynamics between the two shift from a relationship made up care and respect through to a combative nature that makes both explore their views on the Great War. Even better is the fact that Vaughn moves away from Hollywood tropes to bring a close to the storyline that is a sheer stroke of screenwriting genius.

To the credit of the screenwriting team there are no wasted characters in this film either. While a lot of focus is placed on Orlando and Conrad that doesn’t mean that that characters of Polly and Shola are left lacking. Both have enough characterisation to make them interesting enough characters and most audience members will find that the hint that there may be a follow-up film to this one very welcoming.

The brilliant acting performances here though belong to Ralph Fiennes and Rhys Ifans. Fiennes is an acting force in this film – delivering both action and dramatic scenes amazingly well and he is well matched alongside a nearly unrecognisable Ifans playing the notorious Rasputin. The fact that Ifans is able to make the character comical while remaining a fearful villain is credit to both actor and screenplay.

The King’s Man will be loved by fans of the franchise and newcomers alike. The right mix of action and characterisation make this a memorable film while the amazing screenplay and characterisation make this a worthy entry into this already brilliant franchise.

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Summary:  When a cult of terrorists ruins a city by releasing a toxin that causes people’s abilities to spiral out of control, Japan’s greatest heroes spread around the world in an attempt to track down the mastermind and put him to justice.

Year: 2021

Cinema Release Dates:  28th October 2021 (Australia), 29th October 2021 (UK), 29th October 2021 (USA)

VOD Release Dates: TBA

Country: Japan

Director: Kenji Nagasaki

Screenwriter: Yosuke Kuroda

Cast: Junya Enoki (Serperters (voice)), Kiyotaka Furushima (Hanta Sero (voice)), Tasuku Hatanaka (Denki Kaminari (voice)), Yuuki Hayashi (Rogone (voice)), Megumi Hayashibara (Pino (voice)), Ryo Hirohashi (Minoru Mineta (voice)), Yoko Honna (Clair Voyance (voice)), Yoshimasa Hosoya (Fumikage Tokoyami (voice)), Tetsu Inada (Endeavor (voice)), Marina Inoue (Momo Yaoyorozu (voice)), Mariya Ise (Belos (voice)), Yuki Kaji (Shoto Todoroki (voice)), Misato Kawauchi (Burnin (voice)), Masamichi Kitado (Kamui Woods (voice)), Toshiki Masuda (Eijiro Kirishima (voice)), Shuhe Matsuda (Gang Orca (voice)), Kenta Miyake (All Might (voice)), Takumu Miyazono (Salaam (voice)), Kazuya Nakai (Flect Turn (voice)), Yuchi Nakamura (Hawks (voice)), Hina Natsume (Lala Soul (voice)), Karoi Nazuka (Yu Takeyama (voice)), Masakazu Nishida (Mezo Shoji (voice)), Hirofumi Nojima (Alan Kay (voice)), Naomi Ohora (Roro Soul (voice)), Nobuhiko Okamoto (Katsuki Bakugo (voice)), Koji Okino (Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu (voice)), Kazuyuki Okitsu (Fat Gum (voice)), Kenta Okuma (Cementoss (voice)), Shogo Sakata (Leviathan (voice)), Ayane Sakura (Ochako Uraraka (voice)), Arisa Sekine (Rody Soul (Child) (voice)), Kei Shindo (Koka Jiro (voice)), Toshitsugu Takashina (Eddie Soul (voice)), Yuichiro Umehara (Sidero (voice)), Yuto Uemura (Tamaki Amajiki (voice)), Kaori Yagi (Ryukyu (voice)), Daiki Yamashita (Izuku Midoriya (voice)), Kiyono Yasuno (Nejire Hado (voice)), Hiroyuki Yoshino (Present Mic (voice)), Ryo Yoshizawa (Rody Soul (voice)), Aoi Yuki (Tsuyu Asui/Setsuna Tokage)

Running Time: 104 mins

Classification: MA15+ (Australia), 15 (UK), PG-13 (USA)

OUR MY HERO ACADEMIA: WORLD HEROES’ MISSION REVIEWS

David Griffiths’ My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission Review:

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Summary:  When a single mom and her two kids arrive in a small town, they begin to discover their connection to the original Ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind.

Year: 2021

Cinema Release Dates:  1st January 2022 (Australia), 13th January 2022 (Thailand), 18th November 2021 (UK), 19th November 2021 (USA)

VOD Release Dates: TBA

Country: USA, Canada

Director: Jason Reitman

Screenwriter: Gil Kenan, Jason Reitman

Cast: Shohreh Aghdashloo (Gozer (voice)), Paulina Alexis (Bunny), Dan Aykroyd (Ray Stantz), Stella Akyroyd (Deputy Medjuck), Billy Bryk (Zahk), Carrie Coon (Callie), Oliver Cooper (Elton), Sydney Mae Diaz (Swayze), Hannah Duke (Reseda), Josh Gad (Muncher (voice)), McKenna Grace (Phoebe), Bob Gunton (The Ghost Farmer), Ernie Hudson (Winston Zeddemore), Marlon Kazadi (Thick Neck), Logan Kim (Podcast), Bill Murray (Peter Venkman), Artoun Nazareth (Rufus), Celeste O’Connor (Lucky), Emma Portner (Spirit Of Gozer), Annie Potts (Janine Melnitz), Crystal Rosebourgh (Crystal), Paul Rudd (Grooberson), Shawn Seward (Skittles), J.K. Simmons (Ivo Shandor), Sigourney Weaver (Dana Barrett Venkman), Olivia Wilde (Gozer), Finn Wolfhard (Trevor), Bokeem Woodbine (Sheriff Domingo)

Running Time: 124 mins

Classification: PG (Australia), 12A (UK), PG-13 (USA)

OUR GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE REVIEWS

David Griffiths’ and Lee Griffiths’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife Review:

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Summary: 
Feature adaptation of Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel about the son of a noble family entrusted with the protection of the most valuable asset and most vital element in the galaxy.

Year: 2021

Cinema Release Dates:  2nd December 2021 (Australia), 21st October 2021 (Thailand), 21st October 2021 (UK), 22nd October 2021 (USA)

VOD Release Dates: TBA

Country: USA, Canada

Director: Denis Villeneuve

Screenwriter: Jon Spaihts, Dennis Villeneuve, Eric Roth

Cast: Javier Bardem (Stilgar), Dave Bautista (Beast Rabban Harkonnen), Neil Bell (Sardaukar Bashar), Josh Brolin (Gurney Halleck), Timothee Chamalet (Paul Atreides), Chang Chen (Dr. Wellington Yueh), David Dastmalchian (Piter de Vries), Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Dr. Liet Kynes), Elmi Rashir Elmi (Shamir), Rebecca Ferguson (Lady Jessica Atreides), Stephn McKinley Henderson (Thufir Hawat), Oscar Isaac (Duke Leto Atreides), Jason Momoa (Duncan Idaho), Tachia Newall (Tanat), Babs Olusanmokun (Jamis), Charlotte Rampling (Reverend Mother Mohiam), Golda Rosheuvel (Shadout Mapes), Stellan Skarsgard (Baron Vladimir Harkonnen), Roger Yuan (Lietenant Lanville), Zendaya (Chani)

Running Time: 155 mins

Classification: M (Australia), 12A (UK), PG-13 (USA)

OUR DUNE REVIEWS

David Griffiths’ Dune Review:

Dune has always felt really personal to me. I read the novel, by Frank Herbert, in my first year at High School and completely fell in love with it. I then made the mistake of watching the David Lynch film adaption, an adaption I loathed and Sting’s costume still haunts me to this day.

During my time at uni a friend suggested that I watch the mini-series and told me “that it was remarkably better than the film.” To her credit it was better but it never even went close to reaching the lofty expectations that I had in my head for what the world of Dune should look like since reading the novel.

So as you could imagine I was pretty nervous going in to watch the Denis Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049) version. Actually perhaps nervous isn’t the right way to describe how I was feeling. To be honest I was trying not to feel excited because in the pit of my stomach I had a feeling that I was once again going to have hopes dashed. But, I am happy to say I was wrong, I was very wrong because Villeneuve has delivered a masterpiece.

For those who do not know the Dune story. It is told through the eyes of a young Duke-to-be, Paul Atreides (Timothee Chalamet – Lady Bird). He has watched his father, Duke Leto Atreides (Oscar Isaac – Ex Machina), build their family empire to make them one of the most respected families in the galaxy. With the likes of Gurney Halleck (Josh Brolin – Avengers: Endgame) and Duncan Idaho (Jason Momoa – Aquaman) training their Army they feel safe and secure.

Meanwhile both Gurney and Duncan train Paul in combat, in case there is ever a need for it, while his mother, Lady Jessica Atreides (Rebecca Ferguson – The Greatest Showman) trains him to saddle the special abilities that have been handed down to him through his family line. And while Paul attempts that those abilities are providing him of dreams and visions of Chani (Zendaya The Greatest Showman), a young native Fremen from the planet Arrakis.

Paul has no idea what the visions mean but is soon worried by them when he learns that the Atreides family have just been ordered to travel to Arrakis to bring peace to the planet and to stabilise and operate the ‘spice’ mining operation on the planet.

Villeneuve’s vision of Dune is nothing short of amazing. It is like he somehow went into my head and took my visions of what the Dune universe would look like and brought it to the screen. The first thing that hits you when watching Dune is the understanding of the themes and morals of the original novel that Villeneuve had the second is the fact that his film-making makes even the harshest scenes of the film look like a thing of beauty.

It was funny because when the credits were rolling after the screening the other night a stranger sitting next to me started to use a loud voice to say why he hated the film. I realised that every reason he said he hated the film was a reason why I loved it. He said he hated that it wasn’t like Star Wars – while I loved the fact that Villeneuve gave respect to the novel and didn’t decide to include cheesy ‘creatures’ or ridiculous one off lines.

The stranger said he didn’t like the fact that the film felt dark. Well of course it was dark, the themes explored in the film are not exactly something that you can make light. I was actually in awe of the way that the director kept a dark tone throughout the film without depressing his audience in a way that made the film a chore to watch. Talking of that the stranger also didn’t like that fact that he had to think during the film. Yes, he is right Villeneuve doesn’t spell out everything to the audience like they are dunces he makes you work at times to figure out what is happening and the result of that is you become so engrossed in the film itself that you feel like you are part of the universe alongside the characters at hand.

The power of this film really comes through the way that it looks on the big screen though. There is a dark, foreboding feeling that remains while the film throughout. Having said that though the film does reach epic heights that match the special moments of a film like Lord Of The Rings but there is an alternative feel to this film that allows for more character development then you would expect from a film of this magnitude, while Villeneuve never fails to remember one thing – at the heart of this film it is a coming-of-age story and even during epic battles etc the storyline of the film still remains a learning curve for Paul. I don’t say this very often about films that are supposed to be a spectacle or blockbuster. But this is truly a masterpiece and it shows that is okay to make a blockbuster film have an alternative edge to it. This is a film of true beauty and I cannot wait to revisit it again.

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Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore – only in cinemas April 7, 2022.

Professor Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) knows the powerful Dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald (Mads Mikkelsen) is moving to seize control of the wizarding world. Unable to stop him alone, he entrusts Magizoologist Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) to lead an intrepid team of wizards, witches and one brave Muggle baker on a dangerous mission, where they encounter old and new beasts and clash with Grindelwald’s growing legion of followers. But with the stakes so high, how long can Dumbledore remain on the sidelines?

The film features an ensemble cast led by Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne (“The Theory of Everything”), two-time Oscar nominee Jude Law (“Cold Mountain”, “The Talented Mr. Ripley”), Ezra Miller, Dan Fogler, Alison Sudol, Callum Turner, Jessica Williams, Katherine Waterston, and Mads Mikkelsen.

“Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore” was directed by David Yates, from a screenplay by J.K. Rowling & Steve Kloves, based upon a screenplay by J.K. Rowling. The film was produced by David Heyman, J.K. Rowling, Steve Kloves, Lionel Wigram and Tim Lewis. Neil Blair, Danny Cohen, Josh Berger, Courtenay Valenti and Michael Sharp served as executive producers.

The film’s behind-the-scenes creative team included director of photography George Richmond (“Rocketman”, “Kingsman: The Golden Circle”), three-time Oscar-winning production designer Stuart Craig (“The English Patient”, “Dangerous Liaisons”, “Gandhi”, the “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” films) and production designer Neil Lamont (“Solo: A Star Wars Story”, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”), four-time Oscar-winning costume designer Colleen Atwood (“Chicago”, “Memoirs of a Geisha”, “Alice in Wonderland”, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”), and Yates’ longtime editor Mark Day (“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”, the last four “Harry Potter” films). The music is by nine-time Oscar nominee James Newton Howard (“News of the World”, “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald”, “Defiance”, “Michael Clayton”, “The Hunger Games” films).

The film is described as a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman (Yeoh) who can’t seem to finish her taxes.
 
EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE is directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert and stars Michael Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, James Hong, Jenny Slate, Harry Shum Jr.
and Jamie Lee Curtis.
 
EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE coming to Australian cinemas in 2022.

For the first time in the cinematic history of Spider-Man, our friendly neighbourhood hero’s identity is revealed, bringing his Super Hero responsibilities into conflict with his normal life and putting those he cares about most at risk. When he enlists Doctor Strange’s help to restore his secret, the spell tears a hole in their world, releasing the most powerful villains who’ve ever fought a Spider-Man in any universe. Now, Peter will have to overcome his greatest challenge yet, which will not only forever alter his own future but the future of the Multiverse.

Starring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jon Favreau, Jacob Batalon with Marisa Tomei

Directed by Jon Watts

Based on the MARVEL Comic Book by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko

Publicity stills available at www.SonyPicturesPublicity.com.au

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Summary: 
The saga of the Eternals, a race of immortal beings who lived on Earth and shaped its history and civilizations.

Year: 2021

Cinema Release Dates:  4th November 2021 (Australia), 4th November 2021 (Thailand), 5th November 2021 (UK), 5th November 2021 (USA)

VOD Release Dates: TBA

Country: USA, UK

Director: Chloe Zhao

Screenwriter: Patrick Burleigh, Ryan Firpo, Chloe Zhao

Cast: Gemma Chan (Sersi), Esai Daniel Cross (Jack), Hannah Dodd (Sandra), Ma Dong-seok (Gilgamesh), Adria Escuero (Diego), Kit Harington (Dane Whitman), Salma Hayek (Ajak), Brian Tyree Henry (Phastos), Angelina Jolie (Thena), David Kaye (Arishem (voice)), Barry Keoghan (Druig), Richard Madden (Ikaris), Lia McHugh (Sprite), Kumail Nanjiani (Kingo), Patton Oswalt (Pip The Troll), Harish Patel (Karun), Lauren Ridloff (Makkari), Alan Scott (Patrick), Bill Skarsgard (Kro), Haaz Sleiman (Ben), Harry Styles (Eros), Sebastian Capitan Viveros (Jano)

Running Time: 157 mins

Classification: M (Australia), 13 (Thailand), 12A (UK), PG-13 (USA)

OUR ETERNALS REVIEWS

David Griffiths’ Eternals Review:

Another week, another Marvel film. That is certainly the way it feels at the moment. Shang-Chi And The Legend of The Ten Rings is still in cinemas and we have Venom: Let There Be Carnage and a new Spider-Man movie being released in the next couple of months. Now this week we have Eternals being released and once again we see that the Marvel juggernaut is deciding to do things differently with this ‘phase’ of the Marvel Universe.

Shang-Chi was the first step away from what the loud, brash films that fans right around world came to know and love. It had its fair share of battle sequences but the Asian cinema influence on the film was very clear and now with Eternals we see Marvel try something else new – alternative film-making.

Directed by Oscar-winning director Chloe Zhao (Nomadland) Eternals does everything it can do to try and separate itself from Marvel’s past but you could argue that the film doesn’t exactly tick off all of its goals even though it is still an enjoyable watch.

The film centres around a group of heroes (literally Gods) sent to this Earth thousands of years ago to protect humanity from beings known as Deviants. Over the years relationships formed between the Eternals – Ikaris (Richard Madden – Cinderella) and Cersei (Gemma Chan – Let Them All Talk) got married and then broke up while for her own mental stability Gilgamesh (Ma Dong-seok Train To Busan) took Thena (Angelina Jolie – Maleficent) away from humanity completly.

Now in modern times Cersei is living in London with Sprite (Lia McHugh – The Lodge) and is romantically attached to a human – the intelligent Dane Whitman (Kit Harington – Game Of Thrones) but their world is suddenly turned upside down when the thought-to-be-extinct Deviants suddenly reappear and begin attacking the Eternals themselves.

To be honest there are more Eternals in this film than I can mention here and that is one of the biggest flaws of this film. There are so many characters here that it is difficult to find yourself getting attached to any of them. Sure Druig (Barry Keoghan – Dunkirk) and Kingo (Kumail Nanjiani – Stuber) stand out because of their over the top personalitites but too many of the other Eternals become background noise as the audience focuses on Thena, Ikaris and Cersei. This feels like an ensemble film like The Avengers or the later X-Men movies but the issue is the audience really hasn’t had time to get to know the characters yet.

Still there are more plusses than negatives to the film. The characters that do stand-out are instantly likable and it is easy to see that at some time stand-alone films will be needed especially for Cersei and Thena and in a way you do find yourself liking the characters so much that you almost wish that this was the start of a television series that could allow you to see the characters become fleshed out a little more.

As a director Chloe Zhao does all she can to give this film its own identity. She tries to bring in more characterisation and introduces a more ‘adult’ feel to the film with scenes of romance and sex. It works, as does Zhao’s expert way of showing how the Eternals have co-existed with humans throughout the ages but at the end of the day this is Marvel movie and at some time Zhao had to bite the bullet and deliver some action sequences.

Yes, Zhao does steer the film away from AC/DC laden city crushing sequences and while the forest battle that ensues after the Eternals reunite with Druig works really well with its Asian cinema inspired feel the grand finale of this film lacks that memorable moment that it should have had. Yes, it moved the characters’ journeys along a lot and revealed a lot of secrets that begin a whole new adventure but even with volcanoes and rising statues it lacks the ‘wow’ factor that it needed.

Having said that though Eternals is still a worthy watch. It does introduce the audience to some characters that you feel are going to be very important going forward and it is obvious that Gemma Chan and Angelina Jolie had a lot of fun with their roles. Likewise the alternative feel throughout the film does work well but sadly the film is a little over-shadowed by the ‘transition’ feel that is ever present as fans everywhere get used to Marvel films without Iron-Man and Captain America. To sum up though – Eternals is really only for the hardcore Marvel fans.

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Disney+ announced today that “The Book of Boba Fett”— the new Lucasfilm series teased in a surprise end-credit sequence following the Season 2 finale of “The Mandalorian”— will premiere on Wednesday, December 29, exclusively on the streaming service. Disney+ also debuted the key art for the series.
 
“The Book of Boba Fett,” a thrilling Star Wars adventure, finds legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett and mercenary Fennec Shand navigating the Galaxy’s underworld when they return to the sands of Tatooine to stake their claim on the territory once ruled by Jabba the Hutt and his crime syndicate.
 
“The Book of Boba Fett” stars Temuera Morrison and Ming-Na Wen. Jon Favreau, Dave Filoni, Robert Rodriguez, Kathleen Kennedy and Colin Wilson are the executive producers. Karen Gilchrist and Carrie Beck serve as co-executive producers, with John Bartnicki producing and John Hampian as co-producer.