Kathleen Kennedy Halts Obi-Wan Production for Script Rewrites

Collider reported earlier this evening that the Disney+ Obi-Wan series has been put on hold due to executive producer Kathleen Kennedy’s displeasure with the show’s scripts. This news comes on the heels of rumors that there were disagreements behind the scenes with regards to the character and show’s presentation. The Hollywood Reporter further revealed thematic …

The Clone Wars Season Seven Trailer Makes Waves on the Web

The final trailer for The Clone Wars’ highly-anticipated season seven has been released a month ahead of its debut on Disney+. The 2-minute clip has spurred lots of theories and excitement, uniting Star Wars fans, if only for a moment. You can see the clip here: Anchored by Darth Maul’s voiceover saying the Jedi and …

Star Wars: The Clone Wars Set to Premiere in February 2020

We finally have some more insight into the much-anticipated return of one of the greatest chapters in the Star Wars saga, Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Entertainment Weekly reports via D23 that creator Dave Filoni has confirmed that these final 12 episodes will premiere in February on Disney +. Aside from confirmation that this will …

Ewan McGregor Will Officially Play Obi-Wan Kenobi Again

The long-whispered rumors have finally been confirmed; Ewan McGregor is going to come back to Star Wars as the iconic character Obi-Wan Kenobi! Multiple rumors have been floating around about his return, but we finally have confirmation from the D23 celebration, where McGregor himself announced it. The last time we saw McGregor as Obi-Wan Kenobi …

Ewan McGregor in Talks for Obi-Wan Kenobi Series on Disney +

At long last, everyone’s favorite Jedi Master may say “Hello there” once again. Deadline reports that Ewan McGregor may reprise his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi for a TV series on Disney +. Additionally, The Hollywood Reporter’s Borys Kit says that, according to his sources, the series is rumored to be 6-8 episodes. While this is …

Fate of Star Wars Story Films in Doubt

The fate of the Star Wars Story films seems to have gotten a little murkier. In response to Collider’s exclusive that Lucasfilm was shelving the prequel spinoffs, ABC has heard from sources of its own that that information was “inaccurate” and that “multiple Star Wars films” that “have not been announced” are being developed. These …