Original author of Lucasfilm OB-One Kenobi The series, Hussein Amini, insists that Darth Mall was never part of the Disney Plus project.
Back in 1999, Star Wars: Episode One – The Phantom Menace Theater hit. Although the film’s responses were well-mixed, many characters and actors became a favorite icon of the franchise. These included Darth Mall and Evan McGregor’s OB-One Kenobi character.
Darth Vader was apparently killed during the climax Phantom Menace But back for Star Wars Clone Wars The series and OB-One became a recurring opponent with outrage against Kenobi. The character will return Star Wars: Rebel Where Kenobi put him down for good. The character has also played a minor role Single: A Star Wars story And many are wondering if he will appear in the future OB-One Kenobi Disney Plus series.
As the years go by and more details of the Disney Plus series have been released, this has been the cause of the delay. The main thing is that OB-One Kenobi There was a scripting problem. The main material written by Hussein Amini was apparently too dark for the people of Lucasfilm and the series had to be remade. Rumors, however, began to circulate that one of the biggest changes was that Darth Mall was removed from the original script. Series director Deborah Chow denies this, saying that the character was not involved in the series as long as she was involved in the series. Now Amini has confirmed that it never happened.
Podcasts, original, in addition to the script during a recent interview OB-One Kenobi Hossain Amini was asked if Darth Mall had ever been involved in the series. Amini confirms that the character was never taken seriously in the discussions she had about the series:
“No. No, I don’t think it ever was… no, of course not. It’s been a long time coming, there have been a lot of cartoons now but of course there was no real mention of it in the discussions I had. “
Here is the summary for OB-One Kenobi:
During the reign of the Galactic Empire, former JD Master OB-One Kenobi embarked on an important mission. Kenobi will have to deal with allied enemies and face the wrath of the empire.
Directed by Deborah Chow from the Joby Herald script, the series stars Evan McGregor, Hayden Christensen, Moses Ingram, Joel Edgarton, Bonnie Pace, Kumail Nanjiani, Indira Verma, Rupert Friend, O’Shea Jackson Junior, . The series will also see the return of legendary Star Wars composer John Williams, who created a theme.
OB-One Kenobi It will premiere on May 27, 2022 at Disney Plus with two episodes Stay tuned for all the latest news from around the upcoming series and be sure to subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for more original video content.