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'Star Wars' has a big problem with this Lucasfilm plan

‘Star Wars’ has a big problem with this Lucasfilm plan

star Wars-Fans are of course looking forward to the series around it Ewan McGregors Obi-Wan Kenobi which debuted on Disney+ in late May.

The trailer led to a lot of new reports about the shooting and in one story, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy spoke about the delay the series had to deal with. This creates excitement for star WarsFans, not necessarily in a good way.

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Pre-production Obi-Wan Kenobi It seems to last forever. We heard about the project in 2013, but it wasn’t officially announced until 2019. It turns out that Disney approached actor Ewan McGregor back in 2015 about returning to the franchise.

At first it was supposed to be a movie, but then it failed [film=]Solo: A Star Wars Story[/film] It was decided to convert all into a string. However, that was put on hold in 2020, after which Kathleen Kennedy decided to replace writer Hossein Amini with Joby Harold.

According to Kennedy, this was because the series had to tell a hilarious, cheerful story. “And that’s hard when you start with a character in the state that Obi-Wan is in after Revenge of the Sith. It’s a really bad time and you can’t just wave a wand to every writer and have a story that reflects what you want to feel.”

Optimistic and perhaps not at hand?
By itself there seems to be a slight error in this statement, but at the time Obi-Wan Kenobi It was previously described as dark timesBecause there was little hope for the galaxy. So imposing this tone in this period is a bit strange.

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Series boba fett book It also shows that this primary purpose can undermine the characters’ journey and the story being told. Fans were expecting a badass bounty hunter, someone of few words.

But we have a chatty heroic demo. A heroic character who was not portrayed as such in previous additions to the franchise. So the reception for that series was disappointing.

Perhaps Disney would be better off focusing on what works for the characters, rather than always wanting to give the same message.