Writing the dialogues between Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader w a gratifying experience for Andrew Stanton, one of the scriptwriters of the Star Wars miniseries: Obi-Wan Kenobi, already complete available in Disney+. However, in an interview with io9, the writer h stated that he felt somewhat frustrated because the conversations should stick to official canon. It w a blessing and a curse , he confessed.

Stanton h acknowledged that he could not believe to be paid to bring to the screen the relationship between these two iconic characters. But another part of you h to go through a strict process, does this fit in the canon? . It describes it a bittersweet sensation, but the reon it happens is because people care. At the same time, it does not allow you, sometimes, to venture further, in addresses that may give you the opportunity to tell a better story. It is a handicap that cuts the wings to better narrative options.

A relative frustration

According to the screenwriter, he frustrated him sometimes, although not much. In that sense, he pointed out that loves that Ardor can do what he wants . Even so, Flores to the columnist Job Harold, who did his best so that the story did not suffer, but always inside the canon (debatable, because part of the followers thinks that there are some decisions that break it).

Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi is available on Disney+ (read criticism here). The miniseries pses a decade after the events of the revenge of the Sith , so the teacher lives hidden in Tattooing. He feels guilty about what happened with his apprentice Anakin Skywalker, but Obi-Wan’s roads and his Taiwan (now Darth Vader) will meet again once again. Far from the sands of this hot planet, Ken obi will have to do everything possible to save Leia Organa, a girl who already points the resolved ways of her adult self.