Obi-Wan Kenobi Series Feels More Real Than the Prequels Promises Ewan McGregor

Star wars Fans are crying for a standalone Obi-Wan Kenobi Project for years, and now with such a project on the two-sun horizon, returning actor Evan McGregor has been discussing the upcoming Disney + series calling it more satisfying and more genuine than the divisive prequel. Recognizing that Prequel’s response was “quite difficult” for her, McGregor can’t help but be excited to debut Obi-Wan KenobiEspecially when it leads to the use of new stagecraft technology Mandalorian.

“Those banks [the virtual backgrounds] On this massive LED screen. So, if you are in a desert, you are standing in the middle of a desert. If you are in snow, you are surrounded by snow. And if you’re in the cockpit of a starfighter, you’re in space. It looks so much more real. “

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One of the biggest criticisms, of course, is Star wars The prequel was a frequent use of blue and green screens, often making scenes lifeless and artificial. The sound of things that will not be exactly the same as when Obi-Wan Kenby returns to the screen, whatever Ewan Mcgregor No doubt very happy based on my experience Star Wars: Episode I And subsequent sequels.

“[George Lucas] We wanted more and more control over what we see in the background. After three or four months [being surrounded by blue screens], It’s really tiring – especially when there are scenes … I don’t want to be rude, but it’s not Shakespeare. There is nothing to dig into the dialogue that can satisfy you when there is no atmosphere there. This was quite difficult to do. “

Very few details are known yet about Disney + Obi-Wan Kenobi Series, but we know that the events of the show will be some ten years after the end of 2005 Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith And will continue one of the biggest rivalries Star wars Vidya, Obi-Wan vs. Darth Vader, a phenomenon described by Lucasfilm owner Kathleen Kennedy as a “rematch of the century”. McGregor himself has waged another clash of lightsabers between the pair, with the actor stating that they will “swing another at each other” during the events Obi-Wan Kenobi.

The official details that have so far revealed that Hayden Christenson will return as Darth Vader will include Evan McGregor as Obi-Wan Kenobi, with earlier reports claiming that the series will include Vader who is his old protege And will try to track friend. Rumors have continued to circulate that, given the time period of the show, a young Luke Skywalker will also be involved in some capacity. McGregor was recently asked about the idea, with the actor playing the role of Cuckoo, saying, “It’s very possible. I don’t know.”

Mandalorian And Better Call Saul Deborah Chow is set to direct the series and has also provided some insight into the show’s setting, suggesting that the plot begins with a simple premise: “Just being a Jedi, it’s not safe. ” Obi-Wan Kenobi It is expected to debut on Disney + sometime in 2022.

Topics: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Star Wars, Phantom Menace

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