Ewan McGregor Confirms Disney+ Kenobi Star Wars Streaming Series To Film In March 2021 And Only Last One Season?

Bespin refugee - October 10, 2020
[Update: Oct. 9, 2020] During an appearance on the Graham Norton Show, McGregor says they'll start filming in March 2021. Norton jokes about how Ewan is getting closer to Sir Alec Guinesss' age in A New Hope. McGregor says he has watched a number of Guinesss' earlier films to help meld the performances. (The series is said to take place around 8 years after Revenge Of The Sith and 11 years before A New Hope)

(Source: Cnet)

During an interview with Entertainment Tonight about Ewan McGregor's series, Long Way Up, they do briefly discuss the Obi Wan Disney+ streaming Series. Around the 6:35 mark, Ewan says next spring, he'll begin filming the series, which will only have one season.


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