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Ewan McGregor wants to do Obi-Wan season 2

Catherine Lewis

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Ewan McGregor wants to do Obi-Wan season 2

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Obi-Wan Kenobi still hasn’t had a second season confirmed, but Ewan McGregor has confirmed that he’d be completely down to revisit the series again. And who would Disney be to stop him?

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Last year, Obi-Wan director Deborah Chow teased that there are “more stories that you could tell” in the Star Wars timeline between her Disney+ series and Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope, but said that it was “hard to say” at the time if any more would be done to explore them. Meanwhile, Hayden Christensen confirmed that he’d “love to continue with this character”, so he was also on board. Now, as Screen Rant reports, McGregor has made it very clear that he’s on the exact same page.

In other exciting news for Star Wars fans, Jedi: Survivor is releasing on 17 March. Take a look at the trailer below.

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“In the old days, I would joke about, ‘There must be a good story to tell between Episode III and VI.’ But, it’s true. I always felt that there was,” McGregor revealed in an interview with Disney Studio Awards. “I feel like Deborah Chow found it and absolutely nailed it. Like, just, found the story that we wanted to see between the last one that we did and first that was done in [1977]. And I think it just adds to our knowledge of the characters, and it’s satisfying […] for the fans, I think, all of the little moments we put in. People could recognise little Easter eggs.

“I was so happy to do it again, and so happy to work with Hayden again, and I hope we get the chance to do it again.”

While this is by no means a season two confirmation, it’s reassuring that the team is eager to give the fans what they want. Disney, take notes.

Topics: Star Wars, TV And Film, Disney

Catherine Lewis
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