We still haven’t gotten word of an official “Star Wars” Obi-Wan Kenobi spinoff film, even though Ewan McGregor has said multiple times that he’d be on board.
In order to quell the anticipation for this movie that isn’t going to happen yet, check out this fan poster of what a potential Obi-Wan movie could look like.
In an alternate universe far far away, George Miller (“Mad Max”) directed a spaghetti western that tells the story of what happened to the Jedi mentor between “Revenge of the Sith” and “A New Hope,” before McGregor aged into Alec Guiness.
“If you come to Tatooine, you don’t mess with the most dangerous man on the planet,” the tagline reads.
Like “Rogue One,” “Kenobi” is recommended “adult entertainment,” although it’s probably also more violent than a typical “Star Wars” flick.
The poster was created by SirJediPanda, who shared their creation on Reddit. It’s the number one post on the “Star Wars” subreddit, at the time of this writing, and has also become popular enough to be featured on the Reddit front page.
View the fan poster below and hope that this is the kind of movie we may get. However, considering the problems behind the scenes with the Han Solo spinoff, we might have to wait a while.
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