Kathleen Kennedy made a rather specific reference to the fact that if she had something to say, she might even notice a second season.
After nearly two decades, our favorite Jedi Master, Obi-Wan Kenobi, is finally back on screens.And while the series was originally planned to be a limited-edition work that bridges the gap between the previous trilogy and the original Star Wars trilogy, Lucasfilm’s header has now indicated he’s not ruling out a second season. from the series.
By the way, the new series was originally designed for Solo: A Star Wars Story It was to be shown then, after the film performed poorly in cinemas, the creators decided they’d better wait for it for a while, but fans were increasingly worried that they might never see Obi-Want again.
However, it was recently announced that the series is coming, The premiere date has been set for May 25thwhich is a beautiful homage to the original Star Wars movies, as the first SW movie was shown in cinemas on that exact day 45 years ago.
The plot of the series Revenge of the Sith It will happen 10 years after its events: As the Empire attempts to exterminate the Jedi Order, Obi-Wan is hiding in Tatooine while Luke Skywalker watches over. Obi-Wan is once again fighting for survival and facing the Inquisitors of the Empire, but he will also have to face Anakin Skywalker once again, who is now at the peak of his power as Darth Vader.
Deborah Chow, director of the series, said earlier that the series was written to have a “beginning, middle and end,” indicating that no more than a season was planned, but now the Lucasfilm chief has spoken of a possible sequel, and Provided a strong hint that Season 2 was unthinkable, of course, only if “there’s going to be something to say”.
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