Why Star Wars Rebels Introduced That Huge Original Trilogy Character

Pierre Vaugeois
Mars 27, 2017

It was also noted that McGregor was the last actor who portrayed the Jedi master on the silver screen and he even dubbed some lined in the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens".

In a recent interview with Business Insider, McGregor said that he would be "happy" to do the character again if the studio wants him to do it. The Star Wars fan will but the average person will not. For reference, McGregor's voice can be perceived for the duration of the dream sequence of Rey which was played Daisy Ridley; after she touched Luke Skywalker's lightsaber.

Obi-Wan Kenobi has been an impactful character in the "Star Wars" universe, according to ComicBook.

It can also be recalled that Kenobi has been present in both of the franchise's canon cartoon series, the "Star Wars Rebels" and the "Star Wars: The Clone Wars".

Then, McGregor was specifically asked about an Obi-Wan spinoff film.

Nevertheless, it appears that McGregor wasn't asked yet to play the role again; if there is really a movie in the works. He said that he thinks the studio is already "set going into the 2030s with their movies". (That's fairly obvious, given that Obi-Wan is still around in A New Hope, while Maul is nowhere to be seen in that film or its two sequels.) And while the duel is brief, ending in mere seconds, as opposed to the flamboyant, acrobatic duel between the two in The Phantom Menace, it's an incredibly fitting ending for the character.

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