There’s more trouble in the galaxy far, far away. The as-yet untitled Disney+ series centred on Obi-Wan Kenobi — with Ewan McGregor returning to reprise his role — has reportedly been put on hold. Scripts written by Hossein Amini (Drive) have been thrown out, with Disney-owned Lucasfilm now looking for a new writer. The Obi-Wan Disney+ series was deep into pre-production and planned to begin filming soon, but crew members at Pinewood Studios, London have now been sent home. For what it’s worth, the show isn’t cancelled — just delayed. McGregor and director Deborah Chow (The Mandalorian) remain attached to their respective roles. Collider was the first to bring word of the new behind-the-scenes development on the Obi-Wan Kenobi prequel series at Disney+ , with The Hollywood Reporter confirming the report shortly after. Per one individual who spoke to THR, the story was an issue as it "trod similar ground as The Mandalorian , seeing the Jedi master — that’s Kenobi — lending a protective hand to a young Luke and perhaps even a young Leia, perhaps mirroring how the Mandalorian took Baby Yoda under his protective custody." Another person who spoke to THR said Lucasfilm is looking to scale… Read full this story
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