There have been a lot of reports and speculations as to who Del Toro will play in "Star Wars: Episode 8." It is being said he is a bad-guy-turned-good while there are rumors he could be the big screen counterpart of Ezra Bridger from "Star Wars: Rebels." For now, it looks like fans will have to wait for "Star Wars: Episode 8" to hit the theaters in Dec.
Born in Puerto Rico on February 19, 1967, Benicio Del Toro later entered University of California San Diego for law but eventually moved to New York and studied theater instead.
His name alone has many thinking that it is an acronym for “Dark Jedi.” as pictured above the article, is best known for being one.
Although Dark Jedi are often believed to be fallen Jedi or those who denied the light side to practice the dark, they could also be Force-sensitive individuals who had no formal training, but chose to use their inclination to the Force to serve the dark side.
Del Toro earned an Independent Spirit Award for the performances—the first of two, it turned out, as he picked up another the following year for his supporting turn in in late 2000, Del Toro found himself at the middle of a virtual storm of critical praise and media attention.has to be the character that Benicio Del Toro will play and it appears that his inclusion in the film is more important than anticipated as it will introduce a character that is nothing like fans have seen in the previous movies.According to character also has short hair and looks “slimy and dirty.” More importantly, this man happens to be one of the prisoners in the city of Canto Bight, an inmate that the guards at the place will not take a chance of allowing to escape.Following his Academy Award for Benicio Del Toro was born on February 19, 1967, in Santurce, Puerto Rico.Del Toro's mother died when he was nine years old, and his family moved to a farm in Pennsylvania four years later.As for Boba's father Jango Fett, he appeared in "Star Wars: Episode 2: Attack of the Clones," where he was revealed to be the genetic template of the clone army.Whether or not a third Fett will be in "Star Wars: Episode 8" in the form of Del Toro's character remains to be seen, but this certainly has excited many fans.While the prospect of a Fett in "Star Wars: Episode 8" has many fans excited, they are advised to take this with a pinch of salt, especially since there is no way of knowing the credibility of Wikiwand.It will be exciting to see someone from the Fett clan in new "Star Wars" films. The last time he was seen was in "Star Wars: Episode 6 – Return of the Jedi," where Han Solo (Harrison Ford) accidentally knocked him into the Sarlacc pit.He will work with the character of Kelly Marie Tran in doing so.It is being said that one of the missions the tandem will take on in film.