Star Wars has always been a pioneer of visual effects. Ever since the very first movie in 1977, the sci-fi franchise has included top-of-the-line VFX. Even with The Mandalorian, Star Wars has continually impressed as technology advances. Lucasfilm seems to be going one step further with their upcoming show The Book of Boba Fett.
Announced in a Discussing Film article, The Book of Boba Fett will have an award winning VFX artist along for the ride. Following his Oscars win for TENET, VFX artist Scott Fisher will be working on the upcoming Star Wars show.
The Book of Boba Fett grabs Scott Fisher
The impressive VFX of Christopher Nolan's TENET were one of the film's most impressive elements. Spearheaded by Scott Fisher, the movie perfectly adapted Nolan's crazy ideas into a visual medium. Following his Oscars win, Fisher had revealed that he's joining Lucasfilm to work on The Book of Boba Fett.
Unfortunately, Fisher isn't creating any VFX for the show personally. Instead, the VFX artist will take the role of a special effects supervisor that will guide the team. Despite this, the Boba Fett show will likely have incredible special effects similar to The Mandalorian.
What else do we know about the show?
Revealed at the end of The Mandalorian Season 2, The Book of Boba Fett will continue the story of the titular bounty hunter. With his armour returned following his time with Din Djarin, the bounty hunter is forging a new path. The plot of the upcoming Disney+ show has yet to be revealed, but it is taking place after the events of The Mandalorian.
Some characters from The Mandalorian will allegedly appear in the new show. Most importantly, that show's Din Djarin has allegedly been spotted on set. However, this has not been verified.