One of the most striking elements of the Star Wars prequel trilogy was Ewan McGregor’s performance as Obi-Wan Kenobi, the actor is set to reprise his role for the upcoming Disney+ series in which the actor thinks that he is going to enjoy the film even more than in his first venture to the galaxy far, far, far, far away. As a director, George Lucas returned to the franchise he created more than 20 years before the prequels, the world of the visual effects had advanced greatly, and uses a variety of green-screen filming methods, but with the new Obi-Wan Kenobi-series, and the use of the technology that was used to shoot it The MandalorianMcGregor thinks he will be able to immerse themselves in the story, a lot more than they did, while shooting the prequels.
“I think I’m going to enjoy it much more,” McGregor shared The ACE of the Universe Presents. “[The prequels] all the blue-screen and green-screen, and it was hard to imagine, but today it seems to be so many of them, and I think a lot of what you’ll see is gonna be what we are seeing on the set as well. I don’t know if you’ve seen the behind-the-scenes of the The Mandalorian first, they use a great panel. It’s pretty amazing. It will make you feel like you are in a place, it’s going to feel real for us as actors. And, I think, is that we are using some of the technology on the show.”
The Mandalorian author Jon Favreau’s use of a few of the techniques that he used in films from earlier in his career, and to assist in the development of a new approach to the photography of wonderful stories to tell. Disney+ series was almost complete and compelling series of LED displays and projected-to-life backgrounds, and the environments in which the production is to be replicated on other worlds, and almost immediately to the development of the right conditions. As can be seen in the TV series The Disney Gallery, And The Mandalorianthe show’s cast and crew in detail, and that the projections were realistic and that it will not only help them with their stage performance, but it can also cause problems with determining which of these images is ended and the sets began.
Unfortunately, the question remains as to when the production of the new season will actually start.
Reports emerged earlier this year that the show was going to be the head of production this summer, followed by reports that the scripts are not up-to-the-Lucasfilm standards, and it would have to be re-worked in order to be able to shoot it in January of the following year. It is also a possibility that the series may head into production early next year, and the corona virus pandemic has stopped, and the productions all over the world, who may have an influence on Obi-Wan’s series as well.
Stay tuned for more information on the new Disney+ range.
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