This past year, rumors surfaced that Lucasfilm has been creating a Star Wars spinoff film focusing on Obi-Wan Kenobi. Reports of writers and directors started leaking on the internet, people wondered whether Ewan McGregor could reprise his role as the iconic Jedi Master. However, the movie never came into fruition, and Lucasfilm moved ahead on a fresh live-action show for Disney+.
It seems like Disney’s new streaming agency could observe an Obi-Wan Kenobi creation revived, as a new report suggests that Lucasfilm is creating a new series focusing on the Jedi. It is uncertain if the job will really come to fruition considering Disney currently has plans to get a Rogue One prequel series, also The Mandalorian will premiere later this season.
The report originally hit last month, using Star Wars News Web claiming the show is currently in development. The industry is corroborating those promises using their own resources.
If these reports are accurate, we might be hearing a statement after next month if Star Wars Celebration occurs. The occasion is already promising a few statements, with a string such as The Mandalorian and Star Wars: The Clone Wars place to be publ ished shortly. There is also the chances of Star Wars: Episode IX eventually getting an official name and a preview.
If Lucasfilm formally admits an Obi-Wan series, it’d make Star Wars Celebration among the greatest geek events of this year.
Optimism of fans:
Fans are optimistic that McGregor will reprise his iconic character sooner or later, and he appears receptive to reunite. The celebrity recently talked to Vanity Fair about his experience filming the films and the way the lovers are now enjoying the prequel trilogy.
“For my temptations display, I did like playing Obi-Wan and also this hyperlink into Alec Guinness.”
McGregor included, “George Lucas wanted to do something quite different with all the prequels. That is why folks felt cheated. It was upsetting when people would joke and laugh about it. Now, many decades after, the prequels meant a whole lot to the creation that was children then. So from smirking, cynical remarks, today I am getting comments from the children they were created for. I am very pleased about that.”
Hopefully, Lucasfilm declares the Obi-Wan Kenobi string for Disney+ at Star Wars Celebration, taking place April 11 – 15.