Dusting Off the Mandalorian Armour

Sounds like Uncle George might be telling Porky Pies. Some of the original "Star Wars" characters may indeed be popping up in the forthcoming "Star Wars" live-action TV series, contrary to what the beard previously stated, including, one of the most popular fellas to ever fill the frame of a Lucas effort.

According to an article over at USA Today, Lucas is chatting to Daniel Logan, who played young Boba Fett in "Episode II: Attack of the Clones", about reprising his role for the forthcoming TV spin-off. We never did see what happened to Fett in "Episode 3", so this is a fat move – and may help place some of the pieces for the Fett jigsaw.

In other Lucas-ville based news, rumours abound that Calista Flockhart will play ageing Indiana Jones’s new love in the next sequel. Harrison Ford says it’s up to her. "She would of course make her own decision." Flockhart said she’s up for a 2006 adventure. "Oh, yes," she said. "If I could kick his (butt), absolutely!".

A couple of years back news surfaced that Flockhart was going to play an ex-girlfriend of Jones’ in the sequel – with Ford’s leading ladies from the previous movies (Kate Capshaw, Karen Allen and Alison Doody) also popping in to give their former beau a hard time.

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