The Book of Boba Fett Debuts a Poster For Danny Trejo’s Rancor Trainer

The Book of Boba Fett Debuts a Poster For Danny Trejo’s Rancor Trainer

“Rancor are emotionally complex creatures.” That was one of the revelations made by Danny Trejo’s Rancor trainer in The Book of Boba Fett episode 3. He had quite a bit of information about Rancors that we’ve never heard before. Regardless, the Rancor trainer never bothered to share his name with his new boss, Boba Fett. That said, it was inevitable that Trejo would appear in the newest Robert Rodriguez project, since they have collaborated many times before. And now it’s time for a closer look at the Rancor trainer.

Three new Book of Boba Fett posters were released today, including one with Trejo’s Rancor trainer. You can check it out below.

As for the second poster, it features Jordan Bolger as Skad and Sophie Thatcher as Drash. The duo are part of a cybernetically enhanced gang of thieves whom Boba Fett recruited to his service. Additionally, they didn’t abandon him when the Wookiee bounty hunter, Black Krrsantan, invaded Jabba’s palace. And Boba is going to need all of the allies he can get in his war with the Pyke Syndicate.

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And the final poster is a bit of a surprise. It features Stephen Root as Lortha Peel, a water trader on Tatooine. Lortha wanted Boba to eliminate Drash and her gang, which is why he was so offended when Boba recruited them and then refused to pay everything that Lortha claimed he was owed. Perhaps Boba made a mistake by making an enemy so close to home on the eve of war.

The fourth episode of The Book of Boba Fett hits Disney+ on Wednesday, January 19.

What do you think about the new character posters? Let us know in the comment section below!

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