In the more than two decades since the Star Wars prequel movies hit theaters, many fans’ relationships to those adventures have evolved and changed, with star Ewan McGregor also being someone whose opinion of the experience has recently changed. During a recent press event promoting the upcoming Star Wars: Obi-Wan KenobicThe actor recalled how critically panned the prequel films were, but that younger audiences have come of age enough to express their admiration for the films they enjoyed, making their entire Star Wars look. The entire relationship with the franchise has effectively changed. Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobic Will premiere on Disney+ on May 27.
“Because I think you were a kid when those movies came out … so we made them for you and it was a weird experience to make those movies … you know, like Moses [Ingram] That said, when you step into this world it’s a big deal, it’s scary. And those films were not very well received by the critics. He wasn’t written very well by critics,” McGregor shared during a promotional event for the new series. “But what we didn’t hear at the time were people your age, your generation. We meet people now who really love our movies, but it took us 15 years to hear that. But it’s great, it’s really good. It changed my perspective, my relationship with Star Wars is different because of this, I guess. ,
Evan: “I like them. Episode 3 was a really good movie.”
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At the time of the release of the prequel trilogy, they were some of the most anticipated films in history, based on a passion for following the original trilogy of films, which was only enhanced by the release of the special edition theatrical release in 1997. In the years since Lucasfilm was purchased by Disney in the U.S., a number of different movies and TV series have been released, which have retroactively changed how audiences consume prequel films.
McGregor recalled how much effort went into bringing those films to life, which was a challenge due to director George Lucas’ efforts to push the boundaries of technology.
“We put our heart and soul into them, and it was hard to make them, you know. The second, third one, was so much green screen and blue screen, because George was moving into this new area that he designed,” The actor recalled. “He was responsible for ILM and he wanted to maximize that technology, but it meant for us that we were on green screen and blue screen, and it was hard work. And to do that, and its To be passionate about, and the films were not well received, it was really hard.
He continued, “So it’s really lovely to have this relationship with him now… and to see him again, you know, I hadn’t seen him since he came out, and the preparation for the show. It was great to see him again. Well. I like him, you know, Episode III Really good film.”
Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobic Will premiere on Disney+ on May 27.
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