Star Wars: The Clone Wars was canceled due to the Disney acquisition of Lucasfilm in 2012, because the fan-favorite animated series was "too graphic," says Boba Fett spokesman Daniel Logan.
"Disney, they canceled it, I think it got a bit too graphic – in fact it was really graphically," said Logan of the London Comic Con. "Boba did a really cool job. He actually became a bounty hunter. "
Logan portraying a young Boba Fett in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones Before playing his role in the animated series again, he added, "At the time, it was just too graphic, I think, for what Disney was used to."
"We actually had seven episodes that were not aired," Logan said, pointing to an unfinished episode in which Fett had played against Cad Bane.
"So there were so many episodes, and Boba just did some really cool stuff."
Before the plug was pulled, the series wanted to continue the development of Fett's most feared galaxy bounty hunter – a disappointing loss for Logan.
"I'm not crying, but I started tearing when I saw some of those episodes and what I did," he said. "So we actually recorded them … Yes, that's all that's left. They could come back, you never know. "
In announcing the cancellation of The clone wars In 2013, Lucasfilm said a decision was made to "pursue a new direction in animated programming".
When streaming rights were acquired for Netflix's series, vice president for content acquisition Sean Carey referred to the series that had "really aged" over the years, and "went to a dark place rather than the Cartoon Network brand fit "
Disney would later launch the kid-friendly war of stars rebels before the revival The clone warsIn July, the Comic-Con of San Diego announced the revival of the fanfares.
The clone wars'2019 Revival will be premiered exclusively on Disney's streaming service.