When Attack of the Clones was released in 2002, Temuera Morrison made his first Star Wars debut as the iconic bounty hunter who served as the genetic model for the clone army, who was named Jango Fett. The figure also preserved an unaltered copy of himself, which he used to raise Boba Fett. Despite the fact that Jango Fett was killed in Attack of the Clones, Morrison can appear in any of the upcoming Star Wars projects because so many characters share his appearance. Additionally, he recently starred as Boba Fett in The Book of Boba Fett and even made a brief cameo as a discarded clone in Obi-Wan Kenobi, donning the clone armor for the first time ever!
In an interview with SFF Gazette, Morrison recalled:
“That was the best part of the whole Obi-Wan Kenobi show! I’m joking. I really enjoyed that. Playing around in their storyline and their timezone – things are changing. I’m representing all that clone army that are no longer around anymore.”Temuera Morrison
The clone actor added:
“It was a wonderful opportunity to pop in there and see what they’re doing across the room from where we were. That came in handy, it worked out quite good to make a little cameo. I enjoyed working with Ewan again, going back to Attack of the Clones. We did all that [puts on clone character’s voice], ‘Hey, you! You came to see me and this army,’ and all that stuff. It was a wonderful time.”Temuera Morrison
Then, in an interview about the future of his character, Boba Fett, Morrison told Entertainment Weekly that Lucasfilm needs to bring him back:
“We’ve got to bring him back somewhere. We’ve got to see the old Boba Fett … We reintroduced him. We found out some stuff. But I think it’s time to get him back to his [expletive] ways. No two ways around that.”Temuera Morrison
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Obi-Wan Kenobi is available now to stream on Disney+.