According to showrunner Deborah Chow, Obi-Wan Kenobi was planned as a limited series from the beginning, with no plans to renew the series for a second season. However, Star War’s big boss Kathleen Kennedy claims there’s still hope for the series to come back if fans support the idea with enough passion.
After six action-packed episodes, Obi-Wan Kenobi has come to a satisfying close on Disney+. Yet the question remains, will the series return for more seasons, especially after Ewan McGregor, who reprised his role as the titular Jedi Master opposite Hayden Christensen as his former mentee-turned-Sith Lord, previously expressed interest in telling more of Kenobi’s story?
Even though Obi-Wan Kenobi has only been over for a day, Star Wars fans are already begging for more. Nothing has been confirmed, but rumors are flying about a Season 2 thanks to a quote from a highly reliable source. Lucasfilm president and Obi-Wan Kenobi executive producer Kathleen Kennedy previously...
If you’ve watched The Mandalorian, and recent episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi, you may have experienced moments where what you were viewing on your small screen felt a lot like watching someone play a video game. The episode’s characters are briefed on a particular mission. They encounter enemies at different points throughout, which sometimes seem progressively more difficult to defeat as the episode goes on. Sometimes the characters even get something at the end, like a krayt dragon egg or a sassy 10-year-old princess.
A Disney+ series based on the iconic Star Wars character Lando Calrissian has been in development for some time, but according to Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy, they’re still waiting on Donald Glover to be ready. “You need to ask Donald,” Kennedy said during an interview with CinemaBlend when asked...
It's been four years since "Solo: A Star Wars Story" crashed and burned at the box office, but there may be hope yet if you were looking forward to seeing more of Donald Glover as the young Lando Calrissian. "Star Wars" once ruled the roost in movie theaters on Memorial Day weekend, but this year, "Obi-Wan Kenobi" is ceding the high ground to "Top Gun: Maverick," a film that pretty much feels like "Star Wars: A New Hope" in parts, anyway. However, while Ewan McGregor's return to the galaxy far, far away may be playing out on the small screen, there's been no shortage of news coming out of Star Wars Celebration, including but not limited to the first teaser trailer for "Andor."