Obi-Wan Kenobi: the first images on the set have been leaked

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A large set designed to look like an alien city was built for the Disney Plus series Star Wars Obi-Wan Kenobi. The show will take place between the prequels and the original trilogy, exactly 10 years after the third episode of the original saga. The president of the Lucasfilm Kathleen Kennedy also announced that in this 6-episode series the "revenge of the century" between Obi-Wan and Darth Vader. With the shooting started very recently, the first images presumably linked to the latter are already appearing on the net, within which we would be able to discover some more details about one of the scenarios of the work!



The shots of the set were published by the British newspaper The Sun and show an impressive and imposing set built essentially on an abandoned quarry. However the disgruntled residents of the neighboring village of Little Marlow, in Buckinghamshire, challenged the ecological impact, light pollution and increased traffic. The set features numerous buildings of all shapes and sizes, as well as supposedly large tents to protect the cast and crew as well. It is unclear where the place in question might fit in the Star Wars universe: although the series will logically start on Tatooine, there's no reason Obi-Wan should stay on that planet - which is sparsely populated among other things - for the duration of production. The set is certainly impressive, still under construction with heavy machinery that showcases some aspects of the alien cityscape.

It is also inevitable to notice the huge amount of money that Disney is investing in the brand: surely something good and amazing awaits us! If the success of The Mandalorian is indicative, Obi-Wan Kenobi will probably be another bomb. Speaking of which, did you know that the second season of The Mandalorian dominated the charts among streaming productions?




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