The Obi-Wan Kenobi Series (Disney +) unveils its first images

Obi-Wan Kenobi | Teaser Trailer | Disney+

In a long time project, several times delayed especially to be reworked (the project was initially a movie) and to rewrite its scenario, the series _ Obi-Wan Kenobi _ will eventually be broadcast on Disney Plus from this May 25th. By then, the group Disney obviously intends to kick off the promotion of the project: a Twitter account was opened recently and the first images of the series are unveiled in the columns of Entertainment Weekly – at Total, eight photos are available on the site of the magazine.

There is obviously the character of Master Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi under the features of Ewan McGregor, as in the preliminary – the series takes place ten years after the feature film star wars: the revenge of the Sith and nine years before a new Hope, while the galaxy is led by the Galactic Empire. According to Entertainment Weekly, the Jedi Master begins his journey by being “broken and shot, having almost lost faith”. It will be confronted with a trio of opponents: the young Anakin Skywalker who becomes Dark Vador (Hayden Christensen takes over the role he held in the preliminary), alongside two new characters, the Inquiring Reva interpreted by Moses Ingram ( View especially in the game of the lady_) which tracks the thoughts for the Empire and a great inquisitive enigmatic (which should be interpreted by Rupert Friend). The series is also an opportunity to find another emblematic character of the saga, Owen Lars (played by Joel Edgerton), the uncle of Luke Skywalker and the half-brother by Anakin Skywalker Alliance.

The American magazine further specifies that the action is clear at least partially on a new planet, Daiyu, whose atmosphere would be freely inspired by Hong Kong’s nightlife. According to the Joby Harold screenwriter, “the nightlife is nervous and full of graffiti” and it would explore a “other way and to arouse another feeling”. To discover from May 25th on Disney +.

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