Obi-Wan Kenobi filmmaker Deborah Chow is giving ‘Might the pressure be with you’ vibes as she teased Star Wars followers in regards to the attainable return of a preferred character.
Throughout an interview with Deadline, the filmmaker teased that the occasions between his demise and Star Wars: A New Hope stay unexplored within the Jedi-master story.
“This was conceived as a restricted collection; it’s closed,” including, “There’s 10 extra years earlier than New Hope, so by no means say by no means.”
Echoing Lucasfilm boss Kathleen Kennedy’s views as she described the present’s future earlier.
“That isn’t an lively improvement,” Kennedy advised Comicbook at Star Wars Celebration.
“However I by no means say by no means, as a result of there’s at all times the chance. That present was so well-received and Deborah Chow did such a spectacular job. Ewan McGregor actually desires to do one other. All people’s all palms on deck with what we’re doing proper now, as you possibly can see by what we confirmed everyone [at the Celebration]. We’ll flip our consideration to that once more perhaps down the highway.”
Conceived initially as a full-feature movie, Lucasfilm shifted the story to a limited-series after Solo: A Star Wars Story proved to be a monetary dud.