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Temuera Morrison, Ming-Na Wen Talk Filming in Jabbas Palace, Stunt Choreography, and More

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    Entertainment Weekly is the next in the many media outlets interviewing The Book of Boba Fett stars Temuera Morrison (Boba Fett) and Ming-Na Wen (Fennec Shand) as hype around the show continues to grow.



    The interview sets the stage introducing Morrison and Wen and giving a bit of background on how each has already been involved in Star Wars projects -- Morrison as Jango Fett in Attack of the Clones, and Wen as the voice of Fennec Shand in The Bad Batch. After joking about being like the Grandma and Grandpa of the show’s production family (Morrison is 61 while Wen is 58), the two got into the most interesting bits of their time filming.



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    To kick things off, they shared their awe in filming scenes within the iconic Jabba’s Palace set:



    Morrison jumped in to add how impressed he was with the dynamic set pieces, which led to this fun back and forth:



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    Then, the pair went on to discuss a bit about the inclusion of the Tusken Raiders and the key role stunt choreography plays in the show:



    You can tell just from their interviews the joy they both experienced filming this show, and the natural chemistry they had in bringing these two characters to life. It’ also always fun to be reminded that the actors are often huge Star Wars fans themselves, and are simply excited to be part of the galaxy far, far away. I for one know I’d be pushing that trap door button in Jabba’s Palace constantly, too.



    Check out the full interview for more of their banter and insight, and don't miss The Book of Boba Fett streaming on Disney Plus each Wednesday.



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