Fans will not have to wait until Obi-Wan Kenobi is available on Disney Plus, but it seems that right now, most online assumptions about the show are wrong.
Ewan McGregor, the titular star of the show, shared that he enjoys watching trailer breakdown videos of the next Star Wars series, but not because of their accuracy.
I like to look at people''s reactions to the trailers, the teaser trailer, and the real trailer. And there are all these people who dislike break down and are telling their audience what the series is about. So, you know, they are usually wrong.
Both before and after the announcement, the Obi-Wan Kenobis plot has remained a tight secret. But that has done nothing to give viewers hope, especially as fans have been eager to see it since the sequel.
McGregor talked about his comeback as the Jedi master in the film. Disney is attempting to make watching the series a fun experience for Star Wars fans.
You know, what I like about Disney and Lucasfilm is that they are real interest in keeping the experience for the first time without already knowing the storyline.
He has admitted that in the past, he had to steer away from sharing the whole truth whenever he was asked about the possibility of reprising the role so that it would not be a dismal idea of reintroduced his fan-favorite character.
Obi-Wan Kenobi, a series of six episodes, is set to launch on Disney Plus this May 27; the rest of the episodes will air weekly.