Obi-Wan Kenobi, the new real Star Wars action series on Disney+ with Ewan McGregor, could begin filming next September 2020. The information is a rumor and has not been confirmed by either the direction of Lucasfilm or Disney, but it nevertheless comes from a source that has previously leaked information that has since been confirmed as true.
According to the making Star Wars portal, in a piece of information collected by Screen Rant, Obi-Wan Kenobi's production for Disney+ could begin in September, in a location, known in Disney+ technical loss slang as 'the train yard', which would have previously been used to shoot scenes from The Mandalorian.
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However, you have to go with lead feet in relation to this. Even the editors of Making Star Wars take that information very cautiously, because although their information source has specified that the filming of Obi-Wan Kenobi would take place in September, perhaps it is a movement to prepare the production, with a view to starting filming a little later.
In January 2020, Ewan McGregor himself stated that the studio had decided to take more time to write the story they want to tell in the Obi-Wan Kenobi series and that everything was at least a year behind. With the Covid-19 crisis in between, it's very difficult right now to predict where in the production schedule this highly anticipated fiction of the Star Wars universe is.
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In addition, the series has undergone other changes, such as the reduction of episodes and the replacement of its showrunner, Hossein Amini, which has undoubtedly caused other kinds of delays. If Making Star Wars information is finally confirmed, fans will hope to see fiction sooner rather than later on Disney+.
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