ByMarlon McDonald, writer at Creators.co
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Marlon McDonald

If it's not some sneaky opportunist taking photos of sets, or someone leaking cast information or a script of a movie in development, Hollywood has had to make do with leaks spoiling the fun for everyone for ages now.

But now it seems as if it's the age of the toy maker or online store ruining said fun, especially in the case of the latest huge development to come out of the Rogue One: A Star Wars Story camp thanks to a possible leak from the behemoth of bricks that is LEGO.

At this year's Nuremberg Toy Fair in southern Germany, LEGO was on hand to show off some of the impending Star Wars goods they have in store for fans of the epic space-faring franchise. And the goods sure as heck didn't disappoint, with build sets ranging from the original trilogy to Rebels, The Force Awakens, and Rogue One.

But where this reveal gets most interesting is the image LEGO used to advertise their Rogue One products, and it's a very, very familiar sight:

Hold up... isn't that Slave I? The super iconic Firespray-31 class spacecraft made famous by both Jango and Boba Fett? Because it really, really does look like it! And if that is the case, then that surely means Boba Fett will be making his presence felt in Rogue One. And that could never be a bad thing, could it?

I mean, it would make sense if Boba Fett was to make an appearance in the impending Anthology movie, because Rogue One is set before the original trilogy and at this particular time Fett would be making a name for himself as the galaxy's most deadly bounty hunter.

Plus Fett will be getting his very own Anthology flick in the near future, so his cameo or possible bigger role will work dividends when introducing his character to younger generations. Plus, imagine how much money LEGO will make selling Slave I to the new generation of brick builders!

Yeah, actually that last one makes more sense for Fett's inclusion.

What do you think?

(Source: Comic Book)

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