This week completes 20 years Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones Hit theaters, which is the right time, considering there’s a lot of love for the upcoming prequel Obi-Wan Kenobic Chain. The new Disney+ show will mark 17 years since Ewan McGregor played the beloved Jedi, and he’s reminiscing about his time in the franchise and learning that there are more prequel fans than he thought. Today, McGregor attended a Obi-Wan Kenobic Press conference and told to make clone attack, And revealed an interesting behind-the-scenes fact.
Back in 2002, the digital cameras on the set of the second prequel were so loud that none of the set’s audio could be used during the film. “We need every single line of ADR Episode II … because the cameras were so new … compared to what we’re doing now, it’s really night and day,” McGregor explained.
Not only this Obi-Wan Kenobic Featuring the return of McGregor, but Hayden Christensen is also featured as Darth Vader. The show’s cast also includes the return of Joel Edgerton as Owen Lars and Bonnie Pise as Beru Lars. Star Wars newcomers include Kumail Nanjiani, Indira Varma, Rupert Friend, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Sung Kang, Maya Erskine, Simone Kessel and Benny Safdie. Chow, who directed two episodes of Star Wars: The Mandalorianis set to direct the entire series, which will take place after ten years Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith and nine years before the original star wars,
“They weren’t well received,” McGregor told a recent press conference about the prequels. “There was no social media, no direct access to fans at the time. Fans were kids. When the first movie came out [in 1977] … I was 6 or 7 years old when it came out. I’ll never forget that feeling and what a relationship I have with star warsall those original first three movies, which is one of the crazy things about being in star wars Absolutely… once the kids who were my age when the prequels came out and I was able to meet them, I started hearing that people really liked them and they started to understand why I thought people called them Don’t like when they come out… Nice to be here.”
Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobic Will debut on Disney+ on May 27.
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