However, he also said the closer he got to shaping Obi-Want again, the more he wanted to play again. Plus, there will be no more problems with blue and green backgrounds here, as StageCraft technology, which is also used at Mandalor, will be used.
“They project the background onto the huge LED walls. So if you’re in the desert, you’re standing in the middle of a desert. If you are in snow, it is surrounded by snow. And if you’re sitting in the cockpit of an astronaut, space is all around you. It will have such a real impact ”
Said Ewan McGregor, who also revealed that filming hasn’t started yet, but he already had test shots with director Deborah Chow, whom he considers a great professional. Asked if young Luke Skywalker had appeared on these test shots, McGregor’s mouth turned to his characteristic smile, then he said,
“It’s very possible. I do not know.”
To the best of our knowledge, Obi-Wan Kenobi could arrive on Disney+ by 2022. The six-part series recently became an official cast, with the roster discussed in Huttcast Live’s 9th broadcast.