Evan McGregor Confirms ‘Obi-Van Kenby’ Series Will Shoot This Spring

    “I’m thrilled to have a chance to play him again”

    Evan McGregor has given an update about the upcoming Star Wars Obi-Wan Kenobi The spinoff series, stating that production begins this spring in LA.

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    The actor, who last portrayed the legendary Jedi Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005), Disney + will re-surprise her role in the show, which currently has no release date.

    However, McGregor confirmed to comedy star Eddie Izzard on Monday (February 1) that the film has been slated for LA this spring – with some saying he would look “more exciting” than his stunt in the Star Wars prequel triology Used to be.

    McGregor told Izzat on a video call for the comedian’s #MakeHumanHGGreatAgain Marathon fundraiser, “We start making it in late spring and we’re shooting it in LA and it’s not – it’s a lot of fun every week.

    “My dad was sending me the link, saying, ‘I thought you’re shooting it in LA’ because there’s another tabloid that we’re shooting it in some bizarre city. Then we’re going to make it in Boston And then we’re to make it, no, it wasn’t Boston, it was Boston, England. But we’re not. We’re shooting it in LA. ” [quotes transcribed by ComicBook.com].

    McGregor then spoke of returning his excitement to play Kenby over 15 years old.

    “It would be great to do it again. It’s so funny, I did my last job in 2003 [2005] “It was a long time ago and the idea of ​​doing it again is now more exciting than ever,” McGregale said.

    “I am thrilled to have a chance to play him again. I’ve always felt that there was a story between me and Alec Guinness and that’s what we’re going to do. It should be really interesting. “

    Elsewhere in the interview Operation of trains The actor said that the series is set to use the same shooting style as other Star Wars live-action spinoff series, Mandalorian.

    “We’re shooting it a lot of ways Mandalorian The series was shot. We are using that technology. I really liked it and I liked the format. I liked its western nature, it is an old-time TV Western. This is fantastic “

    In other news, Liam Neeson recently stated that he would like to introduce Qui-Gon Jin to the new Obi-Wan Kenobi Chain.

    The actor who played the Jedi Master Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (1999), revealed that he was unaware that fans were campaigning for his character’s return – but was “up” for the offer.

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