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An Interview with the Star Wars Bounty Hunters
Mike Petulla: Welcome to the dark side ladies and gentlemen. Though the universe’s coolest villains. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, I'm your host Mike Petulla. And today, I had the chance to speak with Boba Fett Greedo from the original Star Wars trilogy. How does it feel being one of the most recognized film villains of all time?
Jeremy Bulloch: Well, it’s a nice thing to have in some ways but you know, when people say why did they cover your face with a helmet and I said well, the trouble is the British accent, it’s so ugly. They wanted them to cover that face as to not frighten the children.
Mike Petulla: Can you tell us a little bit about your process in playing Greedo in Star Wars which is a popular icon for the franchise?
Maria de Aragon: Well, for one thing I certainly did not wish for everyone to know that I was a female, a woman. It was quite an experience. I had wires in my neck underneath the Playtex mask. I had tape for the wires not to move but the wires were for everything else to move. The ears, the little antennas, the hands and it worked real well except for one thing. Breathing was not easy.
Jeremy Bulloch: The costume is fantastic so you just look at the costume. You’d say, what is this guy about? Where he is from? What's underneath here? It just gave him that mystery. How many actually arm is tie at the back? Not many people do that and get away with it. Neighbors said do you realize you’ll go down in history as an icon? And I’ve just smile and laugh. I’ve been acting 53 years now and it’s the one time I’ve covered my face and I'm more well known around the world for that part than anything else I’ve done.
Maria de Aragon: All the work that was done in London with Greedo was when you see them in the same shot. They are together that is not my work. I got all the close up. I got lucky.
Mike Petulla: I'm wondering if you know about the petition online about hand shot first.
Maria de Aragon: Well, he shot first but he was then a villain. George Lucas could not live with that I suppose but the controversy was really welcome because it made all the fans come out to see how I felt about it.
Mike Petulla: Can you tell us a little bit about your involvement with the fans of Star Wars?
Maria de Aragon: The fans naturally are what makes the star or the person that celebrity breathe because without fans, you're no one. I mean I don’t care how great your work is if its not recognize.
Mike Petulla: Thank you very much and I hope to see you again on the comic circuit.