Disney Plus' upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series will reportedly be a single, standalone season, according to the Ewan McGregor. In an interview with ET Online (opens in new tab) about his upcoming project, Long Way Up, McGregor briefly touched on the Obi-Wan Kenobi show, which was put on hold earlier this year to rework its story.
"As I understand, it's a standalone season," McGregor pointed out, "We'll see, who knows?"
While we'd all love multiple seasons of McGregor, a short, tight story might do Obi-Wan justice. McGregor also revealed the series is finally set to start production in spring 2021. "I'm really excited about it, it's gonna be great, I think," he said.
As we previously reported (opens in new tab), McGregor spoke about the upcoming series in June, revealing it would use the same filming technology as The Mandalorian – a "Stagecraft" LED screen which projects a massive 360-degree image of a background or landscape.
"I’m just going to enjoy it all much more,” McGregor told ACE Universe (opens in new tab). “Our technology is such that we’d shot [The Phantom Menace (opens in new tab)] on film, and [Attack of the Clones (opens in new tab)] when we got to Australia on the then-new HD cameras, which is pretty primitive compared to what we have now… It was all blue screen and green screen. It was hard to imagine it. Nowadays, things have moved on so much. A lot of what you see is going to be what we see.”
We haven't got a clue what the Obi-Wan Kenobi series plot will entail, but I'm setting a quota of Kenobi saying "hello there" at least two times an episode. Rumors have swirled on Star Wars message boards that Hayden Christensen may reprise his role as Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, but we've got no concrete sources on that.
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