The Book of Boba Fett resolves a major Star Wars: A Solo Story cliff-hanger

The Book of Boba Fett resolves a major Star Wars: A Solo Story cliff-hanger

January 15, 2022

The Book of Boba Fett: Disney release trailer for new series

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The Star Wars galaxy is exploring its dark criminal underbelly in The Book of Boba Fett, a series in which the titular character played by Temuera Morrison takes centre stage for the first time. After dropping its first three episodes, the show’s slow-burn is piecing together a plot that could redefine the galaxy far, far away. So far, Fett has faced the enormous slug-like creatures the Hutts, and in the third chapter he came up against the Pyke Syndicate. However, fans are pointing to evidence that links the show back to Han Solo’s own spin-off Solo: A Star Wars Story, and with it the return of a major villain.
  

The Crimson Dawn were the main villains last seen in the 2018 spin-off movie, Solo: A Star Wars Story, who wreaked havoc across Tatooine with ties to the Empire. Solo took place 10 years before the events of A New Hope, putting it 15 years before The Book of Boba Fett.

Fans will recall the Crimson Dawn was led by Darth Maul (played by Ray Park), the elusive figure that was thought to be killed off in The Phantom Menace. Death hasn’t stopped Star Wars characters before, with Maul quickly returning in the animated series Star Wars: The Clone Wars, before appearing once again in a cameo during Solo.

The Crimson Dawn has yet to make an appearance in The Book of Boba Fett, but the Pyke Syndicate is all but confirming their inclusion. In The Clone Wars, the Pykes allied with Darth Maul, setting the Solo syndicate up perfectly in the new Disney Plus series.

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