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Hayden Christensen teases more Darth Vader: “The extent of this journey remains to be seen”

Hayden Christensen is finally returning to the Star Wars universe as Darth Vader thanks to the Obi-Wan Kenobi series, and the actor couldn’t be happier.

“George [Lucas] Christensen tells Total Film in the new issue of the magazine, featuring Obi-Wan Kenobi on the cover:

“Towards the end, I get knighted as Darth Vader, and I wear the suit for a few scenes. But my journey with the character was with Anakin Skywalker. But character? He’s a very complex character. And now it’s is so much fun to explore the mentality and emotional state of Darth Vader.

Christensen is tight-lipped about releasing full details about her return to the role — “no comment” when asked if James Earl Jones will voice the character in the upcoming Disney Plus series. While Christensen hasn’t confirmed reports that he’ll be returning for a new spinoff series on Ashoka Tano, he says his journey with Vader may not be over yet.

“The extent of this journey, I think, remains to be seen,” he says. “But what a privilege it is to be back and to do this and be part of this project.”

Could this mean a Darth Vader series after the Obi-Wan show? Christensen won’t say anything. Still, for a moment, we can appreciate that the actor is far, far away in this galaxy.

On the cover of the new issue of Total Film magazine, Christensen dives into Ewan McGregor, lead actor Moses Ingram and director Deborah Chow about Obi-Wan and his new adventure. Elsewhere in the feature, McGregor said he was “scared” when he came to confront Vader, and Chow clarified that Darth Maul would never be on the show, despite reports.

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The first two episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi will air on Disney Plus on Friday, May 27, and the next episodes will air on Wednesdays. For more from McGregor and his team, check out the new issue of Total Film, out Thursday, April 28.

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Hayden Christensen teases more Darth Vader: “The extent of this journey remains to be seen”

Thanks to the Obi-Wan Kenobi series, Hayden Christensen is finally returning to the Star Wars universe as Darth Vader – and the actor could not be happier. 
“When George [Lucas] had brought me onto the prequels, it was to play Anakin,” Christensen tells Total Film in the new issue of the magazine, which features Obi-Wan Kenobi on the cover. 
“He gets knighted as Darth Vader towards the end, and for a couple of scenes I get to put the suit on. But my journey with the character was with Anakin Skywalker. But the character? He’s such a complex character. And now, getting to explore the mindset and the emotional state of Darth Vader, has been a lot of fun.
Christensen’s tight-lipped when it comes to revealing any specifics about returning to the role – he says “no comment” when asked whether James Earl Jones will voice the character in the upcoming Disney Plus series. And while Christensen won’t confirm reports that he will return for the new spin-off series about Ashoka Tano, he does tease that his own journey with Vader may not be complete just yet.
“The extent of this journey, I think, remains to be seen,” he says. “But what a privilege to get to come back and do this, and to be a part of this project.”
Could that mean a Darth Vader series after the Obi-Wan show? Christensen won’t say a thing. For the minute, though, we can simply enjoy having the actor back in that galaxy far, far away.
In the cover story of the new issue of Total Film magazine, Christensen, Ewan McGregor, co-star Moses Ingram, and director Deborah Chow talk in-depth about Obi-Wan and his new adventure. Elsewhere in the feature, McGregor spoke about being “shit scared” when it came to facing down Vader, and Chow revealed that Darth Maul was never going to be part of the series, despite reports.
Pre-order a copy of the Obi-Wan Kenobi issue of Total Film now
The first two episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi will premiere on Disney Plus on Friday, May 27, with subsequent episodes premiering on Wednesdays. For much more from McGregor and co, check out the new issue of Total Film when it hits shelves on Thursday, April 28.

(Image credit: Total Film/Disney/Lucasfilm)
If you’re a fan of Total Film, why not subscribe so you never miss an issue? Sign up via MagazinesDirect and you’ll save money on the cover price, as well as getting exclusive subscriber covers like the one you can see above. And with our current subs offer, you can also get a free pair of headphones.

(Image credit: Total Film/Disney/Lucasfilm)

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Hayden Christensen teases more Darth Vader: “The extent of this journey remains to be seen”

Thanks to the Obi-Wan Kenobi series, Hayden Christensen is finally returning to the Star Wars universe as Darth Vader – and the actor could not be happier. 
“When George [Lucas] had brought me onto the prequels, it was to play Anakin,” Christensen tells Total Film in the new issue of the magazine, which features Obi-Wan Kenobi on the cover. 
“He gets knighted as Darth Vader towards the end, and for a couple of scenes I get to put the suit on. But my journey with the character was with Anakin Skywalker. But the character? He’s such a complex character. And now, getting to explore the mindset and the emotional state of Darth Vader, has been a lot of fun.
Christensen’s tight-lipped when it comes to revealing any specifics about returning to the role – he says “no comment” when asked whether James Earl Jones will voice the character in the upcoming Disney Plus series. And while Christensen won’t confirm reports that he will return for the new spin-off series about Ashoka Tano, he does tease that his own journey with Vader may not be complete just yet.
“The extent of this journey, I think, remains to be seen,” he says. “But what a privilege to get to come back and do this, and to be a part of this project.”
Could that mean a Darth Vader series after the Obi-Wan show? Christensen won’t say a thing. For the minute, though, we can simply enjoy having the actor back in that galaxy far, far away.
In the cover story of the new issue of Total Film magazine, Christensen, Ewan McGregor, co-star Moses Ingram, and director Deborah Chow talk in-depth about Obi-Wan and his new adventure. Elsewhere in the feature, McGregor spoke about being “shit scared” when it came to facing down Vader, and Chow revealed that Darth Maul was never going to be part of the series, despite reports.
Pre-order a copy of the Obi-Wan Kenobi issue of Total Film now
The first two episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi will premiere on Disney Plus on Friday, May 27, with subsequent episodes premiering on Wednesdays. For much more from McGregor and co, check out the new issue of Total Film when it hits shelves on Thursday, April 28.

(Image credit: Total Film/Disney/Lucasfilm)
If you’re a fan of Total Film, why not subscribe so you never miss an issue? Sign up via MagazinesDirect and you’ll save money on the cover price, as well as getting exclusive subscriber covers like the one you can see above. And with our current subs offer, you can also get a free pair of headphones.

(Image credit: Total Film/Disney/Lucasfilm)

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