No, Boba Fett himself is nestled in the trailer for the second season of The Mandalorian, although he will make his comeback in the series. But at least there is a possible reference to him in the form of his characteristic armor...
It has been clear since May 2020 that "Star Wars" fan favorite Boba Fett will appear in the second season of "The Mandalorian" after he was briefly teased in the first season.
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In the first trailer for the second season, however, the famous bounty hunter was not to be seen – or at least not in person. However, some fans on the internet now believe that they have spotted Boba Fett's armor in the short setting at minute 1:11, in which Mando roars through the desert landscape of Tatooine with his speeder bike:
The setting, which is only about a second long, is of course far too fast to be able to see something with the naked eye, but of course, screenshots with suitable comparison pictures and markings are already circulating:
Whether this is really Boba Fett's helmet and jetpack, however, cannot be said with absolute certainty. "Star Wars" expert Jason Ward of MakingStarWars also wrote on Twitter that he doesn't see the armor.
But it would be fitting, because not only does Boba Fett appear in the second season of "The Mandalorian" as described above, but also another character who wears the armor. Attention, now it gets a bit complicated:
Timothy Olyphant is to play the self-proclaimed Sheriff Cobb Vanth in Season 2, who is using a Mandalorian armor to bring justice to the town of Freetown on Tatooine.
He bought the armor from some Jawas, who in turn searched the wreck of Jabba's bark. During the battle on and next to this bark, Boba Fett crashed into the Sarlacc pit in "The Return of the Jedi Knights".
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It seems quite possible that Din Djarin will meet Cobb Vanth during the second season of "The Mandalorian" and knock off his armor. After all, we learned about the Mandalorians and their way in Season 1, he probably shouldn't be too excited about a non-Mandalorian wearing Mandalorian armor.
So perhaps we can see in the short setting how Din Djarin brings the armor back to Boba Fett? We'll find out in the new episodes "The Mandalorian," which will be available on Disney+ from October 30, 2020.