Ewan McGregor's darling Jedi Master faces Darth Vader on Disney Plus on Friday. Here are the trailers and all the data you want early.
We went on an outing to Tatooine in the Disney Plus Star Wars show The Book of Boba Fett, yet it will not be our main visit to the desert planet in 2022.
Banished Jedi Obi-Wan Kenobi is getting his own series not long from now with Ewan McGregor getting back to the job he played in the film prequel set of three. The principal trailer for the Obi-Wan show dropped in March, trailed by another trailer for Star Wars Day.
When is Obi-Wan Kenobi out on Disney Plus?
The series will start off Friday, May 27 with two episodes. It was pushed back two days from the first date. Presently it's coming on the second day of Star Wars show Celebration Anaheim, which runs May 26 to 29.
It will run for six episodes. Disney Plus by and large drops episodes consistently, dissimilar to the full-season drop approach Netflix takes for its shows.
Is there a trailer for Obi-Wan Kenobi?
Indeed, including a trailer delivered on Star Wars Day 2022, May fourth (accompany you).
The principal trailer and symbolism dropped toward the beginning of March.
When in the Star Wars timetable is it set?
It'll happen 10 years after Revenge of the Sith and nine years before A New Hope, in a time after the Jedi Order has been essentially cleared out.
Who's Obi-Wan Kenobi?
In the event that you truly don't have the foggiest idea, you ought to watch a couple of Star Wars motion pictures. The fast variant: Obi-Wan Kenobi is a Jedi ace who previously showed up on screen in 1977's A New Hope, played by Alec Guinness. This film saw him assisting youthful Luke Skywalker with moving into the bigger universe of the Force. Later in that film, Obi-Wan was struck somewhere near his previous disciple Darth Vader, who was eventually uncovered to be Anakin Skywalker, Luke's dad and a Jedi went to the Dark Side.
Notwithstanding his passing, Obi-Wan returned as a soul (a Force phantom, in Star Wars-address) guide Luke in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi. He even gave Rey a little assistance in The Force Awakens and The Rise of Skywalker.
The prequel set of three, which started off with The Phantom Menace in 1999, got McGregor as a more youthful Obi-Wan and acquainted us with his lord Qui-Gon Jinn (Liam Neeson). Qui-Gon found Anakin on the desert planet Tatooine, however was killed by Darth Maul, and the obligation of preparing the kid tumbled to Obi-Wan.
Anakin capitulated to the Dark Side in Revenge of the Sith and became Darth Vader, then, at that point, assisted Emperor Palpatine with clearing out the Jedi as they laid out the Galactic Empire. Obi-Wan made due and escaped to Tatooine with Luke, the child Anakin didn't realize he had, while Luke's twin sister, Leia, went to live with the illustrious group of Alderaan.
Project: Who's in Obi-Wan Kenobi?
Beside McGregor returning as Obi-Wan, Hayden Christensen - - who played Anakin in Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith - - will return as Vader. The entertainer rewatched every one of the films, along The Clone Wars and Rebels, to get ready for his return as Anakin, told Entertainment Weekly in April.
"They did a ton with these characters in those shows. Also, they did additionally investigate the relationship," he said of Obi-Wan and Anakin's jobs in the shows. "There was intriguing stuff there to find out about. It was extraordinary tomfoolery getting to return and once again submerge yourself in this world that simply proceeds to develop and turn out to be increasingly immense."
Joel Edgerton and Bonnie Piesse will return as Owen and Beru Lars - - also called Luke Skywalker's Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru. As of now in the timetable, they're raising Luke far away from now-abhorrent father Darth Vader. We likewise see another person playing a youthful Luke in the trailer.
The trailer shows Moses Ingram as Jedi-hunting Imperial Inquisitor Reva and what resembles Rupert Friend as the Grand Inquisitor, and apparently Sung Kang is playing the Fifth Brother. The Dark Side-using Inquisitors were recently seen in CGI enlivened series Rebels and computer game Jedi: Fallen Order - - their fort from the finish of the game shows up in the trailer as well.
Reva is another person, yet the Grand Inquisitor and Fifth Brother recently showed up in the CGI energized series Rebels. Indira Varma, whom you could recall playing Ellaria Sand in Game of Thrones, is viewed as an Imperial official.
Going along with them are Kumail Nanjiani, O'Shea Jackson Jr., Simone Kessell and Benny Safdie.
Not a single one of them has recently been in Star Wars, and Nanjiani told USA Today in November that his experience on the show was "totally astonishing."
"At the point when you're on set, you need to forget about that you're in Star Wars, which is exceptionally difficult to do on the grounds that it truly seems as though you're in Star Wars. I'm dressed like I'm in Star Wars," he said. "The person who I'm conversing with seems to be Obi-Wan Kenobi. It was my most memorable work beyond isolation: I received any available immunization shots, went right to set and genuinely had the best three months."
In April 2021, Variety revealed that Maya Erskine (seen in Hulu satire PEN15) had been projected in the show. Her job is obscure.
There's another entertainer who'll without a doubt appear, as proposed close to the furthest limit of Revenge of the Sith.
"In your isolation on Tatooine, preparing I have for you. A close buddy has taken in the way to everlasting status - - one who has gotten back from the underworld on the Force. Your old expert," expressed Yoda as he and Obi-Wan go someplace far off, banished in shame. "The most effective method to collective with him, I will educate you."
Jedi ace Qui-Gon Jinn kicked the bucket in The Phantom Menace, however Neeson got back to the job in The Clone Wars. He was the very first Jedi to turn into a Force phantom and guide his partners in the material domain. When of the first set of three, Obi-Wan has realized this expertise, having been instructed by Qui-Gon. We'll probably see this in the show. Neeson told Collider in October 2020 he hadn't yet "been drawn nearer" about repeating the job, yet it could work out.
Anticipate Jabba the Hutt and his thugs, as well as a portion of the filth and villainy saw in the Mos Eisley Cantina, to show up as well.
Who's dealing with the music for Obi-Wan Kenobi?
Author John Williams, who scored each of the nine Skywalker Saga motion pictures and turned 90 in February, composed the show's topic, Variety revealed in February. Outside the motion pictures, he likewise composed subjects for Solo: A Star Wars Story and Disney Parks' Galaxy's Edge.
Natalie Holt, who was liable for the music in last year's Marvel Cinematic Universe series Loki, is taking care of the remainder of the show's music structure obligations, as per Vanity Fair.
"It's intelligent, and it's simply totally fitting," Holt said of the subject Williams created. "It's insightful, however there's a component of desire to it. It's experimenting and I think individuals will be truly floored by it."
Who else is engaged with this Star Wars show?
Deborah Chow, who helmed episodes 3 and 7 of The Mandalorian's most memorable season, will coordinate the Obi-Wan series, which was composed by Joby Harold. Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy, Michelle Rejwan, Chow, McGregor and Harold will act as leader makers.
What do we are familiar the plot of Obi-Wan Kenobi?
"During the rule of the Galactic Empire, previous Jedi ace Obi-Wan Kenobi sets out on an essential mission. Kenobi should go up against partners turned adversaries and face the fury of the Empire," peruses Disney's rundown for the show.
We know Obi-Wan - - referred to local people as Ben Kenobi - - will watch over Luke from a distance while in banishment on Tatooine. Try not to really mull over the way that Vader neglected to search for his child on his home planet, that the Galactic Empire didn't see a young fellow with the name Skywalker or that Obi-Wan's pseudonym is darn like his own name.
The trailer uncovers that Imperial Inquisitors will chase the banished Jedi on Tatooine, and he'll be driven away from the planet eventually.
It's hazy what sort of job Vader will play in this show, yet idea craftsmanship proposes he and Obi-Wan (or some other Jedi) will battle.
What might I at any point watch and peruse to plan for Obi-Wan Kenobi?
Supportively, Disney Plus proposed a watchlist in front of the show's debut. It incorporates the prequel motion pictures - - The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith - - the 2008 Clone Wars film and a few curves from The Clone Wars series.
The film presents Anakin's student Ahsoka Tano, while the series curves feature Obi-Wan's convoluted relationship with Mandalorian pioneer Satine Kryze, as well as a mission in which he goes secret to stop a plot to seize Chancellor Palpatine.
Obi-Wan's last fight with Maul happens during this time, something like two years before A New Hope. We've previously found out how that turns out down in the CGI energized series Star Wars Rebels. The Jedi could likewise think back about battling in the Clone Wars, opening up the chance of flashbacks (so we could see Christensen playing pre-Dark Side Anakin as well as Vader).
Past those, we've had a couple of ordinance looks at this period. In the primary volume of Marvel's principal Star Wars comic series, Luke finds Obi-Wan's diaries following the Jedi's demise in A New Hope. These describe a couple of his experiences on Tatooine, such as saving Luke from Jabba's hooligans, safeguarding Jawas from Tusken Raiders and protecting Owen from Wookiee abundance tracker Black Krrsantan (who made his most memorable surprisingly realistic appearance in The Book of Boba Fett).
There's likewise Marvel's five-issue Obi-Wan comic miniseries, which will see him composing those diaries during "the last days of his experience on Tatooine," the authority Star Wars site uncovered on Feb. 3. It seems like the primary story will be set after this show, with flashbacks to various places in his day to day existence. Disney loves cooperative energy however, so it's potential components from the comic will show up in the show. The primary issue came out recently.
On the off chance that you're anxious to get a feeling of this time span, John Jackson Miller's 2013 novel Kenobi merits a read. It's no longer standard since Disney rebranded numerous pre-2014 Star Wars stories under the "Legends" flag, however it uncovers one of Obi-Wan's experiences as he attempts to mix in on Tatooine.
'Obi-Wan Kenobi' Release Schedule: When Does Episode 1 Hit Disney Plus?
The initial two episodes, featuring Ewan McGregor, are showing up sooner than anticipated.
Another surprisingly realistic Star Wars miniseries is practically here - - and its delivery plan has been out of control. Ewan McGregor repeats his job as Obi-Wan Kenobi from the universe's prequel set of three of motion pictures. The show, going by the Jedi Master's name, will get 10 years after the occasions of Revenge of the Sith.
The first of the six episodes was initially planned to debut on Disney Plus on May 25. That date was pushed back to May 27 - - a Friday - - with not one, yet two episodes (the rest will keep the Wednesday discharge space). Presently, as indicated by a hurried tweet from the authority Star Wars account on Thursday night, the episodes are showing up an entire three hours ahead of schedule, meaning they show up on Thursday at 9 p.m. PT.
One potential clarification for the abrupt shift in direction is to stay away from the arrival of season 4 of super well known Stranger Things, showing up at 12 a.m. PT on Friday.
Obi-Wan Kenobi episode delivery dates and times
Here are the delivery dates and times (in light of past Disney Plus discharges) for every one of the six episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Episode 1: Available Thursday, May 26 - - 9 p.m. PT (12 a.m. ET/4 a.m. GMT)
Episode 2: Available Thursday, May 26 - - 9 p.m. PT (12 a.m. ET/4 a.m. GMT)
Episode 3: Available Wednesday, June 1 - - 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET/7 a.m. GMT)
Episode 4: Available Wednesday, June 8 - - 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET/7 a.m. GMT)
Episode 5: Available Wednesday, June 15 - - 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET/7 a.m. GMT)
Episode 6: Available Wednesday, June 22 - - 12 a.m. PT (3 a.m. ET/7 a.m. GMT)