To that end, who would you want to see play Boba Fett? AND, should he take off the helmet, or keep it on and remain mysterious?
Technically, since Boba is a clone of Jango Fett, he should look and sound like Jango. A young Boba Fett film could accomplish that by keeping the helmet on and having Temuera Morrison provide the voice. Alternatively, they could add in some line saying he had his appearance changed, and then any actor could play him. My guess is that they'll either go for the appearance change, or just change the actor and not explain the difference at all. There's also the possibility (though, I'm guessing, not a proability) of casting Daniel Logan, who played young Boba in Episode II.
Daniel Logan! If they kept him around to voice Boba in The Clone Wars instead of using a more experienced, or famous voice actor, then why wouldn't they want to cast him as a live-action Boba? He could keep his helmet on for most of it, except for scenes where his true face would be needed for dramatic effect or other reasons, and they could have the President in the costume as far as we know. They could easily just have a stuntman for the required action/costumed scenes, and nobody would know whether's it Daniel Logan or not for 95% of the movie.
Of course, they could ditch Daniel Logan in favor of a bigger name. You know, I'm not sure that any Boba Fett movie will be made at all, but I'm shuddering to think what "big name" they could cast instead of Mr. Logan. I can't think of anyone else to play the role. So, yeah, that's just my opinion.
I want Josh Brolin to play the body of Fett and have Clint Eastwood voice him because that is who he is based off and the movie should be a sphagetti western set after episode 6 where he escapes the sarlacc and puts his difference aside with our heroes istead have Luke Skywalker pay him to go after Jar Jar Binks and the music should be the Good The Bad And The Ugly music and it should be scored by Ennio Morricone 188.8.131.52 17:04, August 16, 2016 (UTC)