4. The Meeting of Jabba the Hutt’s Captains
In order for Tatooine to change, Boba Fett will not be able to do it all on his own. Even with Fennec by his side, he’ll need powerful allies.
This can only mean, as we see, Jabba the Hutt’s captains. After all, why make more enemies for yourself when you can build a new empire from Jabba’s previous one?
While the trailer does not specifically say who these captains are, we can assume that they either lost their power when Jabba died or are still very prominent figures of Tatooine. Either way, Boba is taking it upon himself to lay everything on the table, and basically reveal that he’s taking over.
It seems he rather make peace than start conflict because of his plan to change Tatooine for the better. While yes, there will be some who will speak out against him in anger or disgust, it’s safe to say most will agree and create an alliance with him.
The fact of the matter is even if they don’t fear Boba they will fear Fennec who appears to never miss a shot.
3. The music
Whether it be a movie or television show trailer, I absolutely love paying attention to the musical score. It sets the mood and really transports me into the story that is being told very carefully in the short amount of time given.
Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett’s trailer did not disappoint me! The score starts very slowly before picking up the pace into a crazed rapid momentum.
The pacing in the score is timed perfectly from when very powerful and dramatic lines are spoken to when certain images are purposely presented distraction-free. This musical score tells me a lot already about what is bound to happen.
It tells me that obviously there will be plenty of action in between some tense scenes of politics and perhaps meetings that go awry. As much as Boba Fett is ready to take power for himself he knows there will be plenty of others willing to take him out.
Alliances will be made, but probably not without a long list of betrayals along the way. The musical score is blood pumping, a little eerie and exciting, all the while still keeping true to the theming of Star Wars and Mandalorians alike.