Lucasfilm will conclude their Obi-Wan Kenobi Limited-Series tonight after 6 profitable weeks and whereas the reception was combined, most followers appreciated what they noticed. The studio will launch one other sequence in August with their Rouge One a Star Wars Story prequel sequence, Andor. Andor will give attention to Cassian Andor earlier than the occasions of Rogue One and can in the end lead as much as right earlier than the movie begins. Star Wars is understood for signing on superb composers like John Williams and most not too long ago Ludwig G?ransson, so after they added Succession composer Nicholas Brittell it felt a bit promising. Brittle is a busy man along with his work on Succession and the live-action Lion King prequel , however plainly he is nonetheless engaged on his rating for Andor.

“I am. I’m working on it right now. [Laughs],” Brittell advised The Playlist. “You obviously have the breadth of the John Williams “Star Wars” legacy, and you have what Ludwig G?ransson has done recently with “The Mandalorian.”

“I’ve to be very cautious of what I say. But I’ll say, they’ve given me an unimaginable quantity of freedom. And I believe it is essential for what we’re doing on “Andor,” it is truly, everybody agrees essential that it have its personal sound, its personal sound world. I can not say sufficient about how fantastic the expertise has been. And I’m so enthusiastic about that too. They have positively been fantastic collaborators. And musically I’m, yeah, I’m positively capable of deliver my perspective to it. I’d positively say that. And they’re like, ‘Don’t say the rest.’ I can not say something, yeah. But I’m so excited for it to return out. Once it comes out, I’d like to proceed the dialog. And discuss it at size, for positive. But at this level, you recognize, yeah, it has been fantastic. I’ve been engaged on it for 2 years now.” The Star Wars composer added.

The most recent Star Wars project to make its debut is Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+. The series will be the first time Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen reprise their iconic Star Wars roles since Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. McGregor’s titular Jedi will take on Christensen’s Darth Vader for what’s technically the first time, and in a recent interview with Variety it seems that the star thought the encounter was terrifying.

“Yeah, I’ve by no means labored with Darth Vader earlier than as a result of he did not exist,” McGregor reveals. “At the very finish of Episode III we see him form of being born, I suppose, however I hadn’t labored with him and I hadn’t labored with Storm Troopers. We labored with Clone Troopers, however primarily they weren’t there. They had been put in afterwards. So it was form of cool. I had all these flashbacks to being younger… seeing Darth Vader coming at you is fairly terrifying. I do not care who you might be! Even if you recognize it is Hayden [Christensen] in there. You know it is nonetheless fairly scary seeing that face come at you.”


Lucasfilm and the streaming service describe the series as follows: “During the reign of the Galactic Empire, former Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi embarks on a vital mission. Kenobi should confront allies turned enemies and face the wrath of the Empire.” The series stars Ewan McGregor, Joel Edgerton, Bonnie Piesse, Kumail Nanjiani, Sung Kang, Moses Ingram, Indira Varama, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Rupert Friend, Simone Kessell and Benny Sadfie. The first five episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi are streaming exclusively on Disney+.

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