Book of Boba Fett 2: Temuera Morrison says 'no word yet' on possible Disney+ Star Wars sequel series

Temuera Morrison says he is unsure if a second season of Star Wars spinoff Book of Boba Fett will happen.

The actor, who's about to be seen as Tom Curry once again in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom in cinemas from Boxing Day, exclusively told Newshub there is "no word yet" on a return to Tattooine and the infamous bounty hunter.

The Star Wars series aired in December 2021 and ran for seven episodes as a spinoff from The Mandalorian.

It followed Temuera Morrison's Fett as he established himself as the new crime lord of Jabba the Hutt's former territory.

Morrison told Newshub he was optimistic there would be another outing.

"I don't know what's going on there. We're coming out of this downtime period so I think everyone is just settling back in and it all goes back to budgets and what they want to do and how much the thing costs," he said.

"I really don't know. Judging by the fans I've met, they all want a season two but I don't know what's going to happen."

In February 2022, after the show's first season had wrapped, Morrison revealed he had channelled the power of his own Māori ancestry into his performance and combined it with Lucasfilm magic.

"Putting on the costume - that's a most powerful feeling. You just have to wear the costume and all of a sudden you start feeling powerful, feeling like the Bounty Hunter," Morrison told Newshub at the time.

The bounty hunter was also honoured in his hometown of Rotorua with an iconic Boba Fett helmet carved by internationally renowned Papamoa carver and artist Mr G.

The helmet was made from native kauri as a taonga for Tem.

Watch the full interview with Temuera Morrison below.