Got this from a movie rumour site on my FB feed. I wouldn't hold my breath, but if it did come off it would be a big step in the right direction. Movie Scoop: ScreenRant had a chance to speak with "Captain America: The First Avenger" director Joe Johnston and towards the end of the conversation Johnston was asked if his former boss and mentor, George Lucas, had seen First Avenger. The director gave somewhat of a surprising response which is now making waves across the interweb: "You know if he wants to see it, I would show it to him. I?m trying to get George to make a feature based on Boba Fett." When asked if he would direct the film Johnston said simply, "I would like to, it would be a lot of fun." Johnston began his career working as a storyboard artist for George Lucas. He worked as a designer and visual effects art director on "Star Wars", "The Empire Strikes Back", and "Return of the Jedi." He created the designs for some of the franchise?s most beloved characters and vehicles including: Yoda, the Ewoks, The Millennium Falcon, The X- and Y-Wing Fighters, The Imperial Snow Walkers, The Imperial Star Destroyer and of course Boba Fett. Could Johnston be the man who will bring Star Wars back to the big screen? There are certainly a number of unanswered questions and the project is undoubtedly in speculation mode right now, but the possibilities are fascinating to consider wouldn't you think? Plenty of successful films have sprung from far less fertile ground so why not this one? Only time will tell. But as for Captain America: First Avenger, the film hits theaters on July 22nd!