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Hayden Christensen Binged the Animated Star Wars Shows in Preparation for Obi-Wan Kenobi

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    The Obi-Wan Kenobi-related interviews won't stop coming! Last week, we learned quite a bit from interviews with head writer Joby Harold and Grand Inquisitor (live-action) actor Rupert Friend. Now, it's the Chose One's turn (again).



    In a new conversation with Entertainment Weekly, who have spearheaded the series' buzz outside the teaser trailer, Hayden Christensen briefly commented on the geekier side of his preparation for Obi-Wan Kenobi and putting on the Dark Lord suit again:



    He's not wrong -- most Star Wars fans consider The Clone Wars to be an essential part of Anakin's full arc in the prequels, and the show's final season only reinforced that sentiment. On top of that, Rebels gave us a memorable clash between Skywalker and Ahsoka Tano; their complicated relationship will be picked up somehow in the upcoming live-action Ahsoka series.



    On top of Hayden Christensen's comments, this new EW piece also asked Obi-Wan veteran Ewan McGregor the same question -- his research was a bit more traditional, but he did all the essential homework:



    McGregor's feelings about the prequels and how they've been re-evaluated over the years aren't unfamiliar, and we can't wait to see how Obi-Wan Kenobi starts to tie everything together next month, on May 27.



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