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Star Wars fans are warming up to the Grand Inquisitor’s look in the Obi-Wan series

Our new take on the Obi-Wan Kenobi series has got Star Wars fans talking. Yes, Obi-Wan’s planet-hopping is fine – but too much attention has been drawn to the second look of Rupert Friend’s villain, the Grand Inquisitor.

While Obi-Wan’s first trailer was well received, some were annoyed by the Grand Inquisitor’s live-action look. However, the new image here is a definite improvement for many – many are taking to social media to express their approval.

“The Grand Inquisitor looks great in live action” wrote a fan. Another I said“The gaze of the Grand Inquisitor extends over me.”

“The Grand Inquisitor looks much better here. I told you not to panic.” someone said. Another in simple terms: “The chief inquisitor will steal the show.” This echoed elsewhere, unique twitter account According to user Rupert Friend’s Force, “Sounds awesome… [Star Wars] fans start crying and throwing up over literally nothing.

However, there is still room for improvement in certain corners of the fandom. a sharp “They can still give him the Sith eyes he had in Rebels” but “not scary enough to spoil the show for me.”

For more on the Obi-Wan Kenobi series, the first two episodes of which will air on Disney Plus on May 27, you can read some of our interviews with Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen and director Deborah Chow in the new issue of Total Film. You can pre-order here.


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Star Wars fans are warming up to the Grand Inquisitor’s look in the Obi-Wan series

Our exclusive new look at the Obi-Wan Kenobi series has got Star Wars fans talking. Yes, Obi-Wan going planet-hopping is all well and good – but plenty of attention has been drawn towards the second glimpse of Rupert Friend’s villain, the Grand Inquisitor.
While the first Obi-Wan trailer was well received, some took umbrage with the Grand Inquisitor’s live-action look. The new image here, though, is a marked improvement for most – with plenty taking to social media to voice their approval.
“The Grand Inquisitor looks great in live action,” wrote one fan. Another said, “The Grand Inquisitor’s look is growing on me.”
“Grand Inquisitor looks way better here. I told y’all not to panic,” one said. Another simply put: “The Grand Inquisitor is going to steal the show.” That’s echoed elsewhere, with one Twitter account writing that Rupert Friend’s Force user “actually looks great… it proves the point that [Star Wars] fans start crying and throwing up over literally nothing.”
There is still room for improvement among some corners of the fandom, however. One pointed out that “they could still give him Sith eyes, which he has in Rebels” but it “isn’t horrible enough that it ruins the show for me.”
For more from the Obi-Wan Kenobi series – set to debut its first two episodes on May 27 on Disney Plus – you can read part of our interviews with Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen, and director Deborah Chow from the new issue of Total Film, which you can pre-order here.

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Star Wars fans are warming up to the Grand Inquisitor’s look in the Obi-Wan series

Our exclusive new look at the Obi-Wan Kenobi series has got Star Wars fans talking. Yes, Obi-Wan going planet-hopping is all well and good – but plenty of attention has been drawn towards the second glimpse of Rupert Friend’s villain, the Grand Inquisitor.
While the first Obi-Wan trailer was well received, some took umbrage with the Grand Inquisitor’s live-action look. The new image here, though, is a marked improvement for most – with plenty taking to social media to voice their approval.
“The Grand Inquisitor looks great in live action,” wrote one fan. Another said, “The Grand Inquisitor’s look is growing on me.”
“Grand Inquisitor looks way better here. I told y’all not to panic,” one said. Another simply put: “The Grand Inquisitor is going to steal the show.” That’s echoed elsewhere, with one Twitter account writing that Rupert Friend’s Force user “actually looks great… it proves the point that [Star Wars] fans start crying and throwing up over literally nothing.”
There is still room for improvement among some corners of the fandom, however. One pointed out that “they could still give him Sith eyes, which he has in Rebels” but it “isn’t horrible enough that it ruins the show for me.”
For more from the Obi-Wan Kenobi series – set to debut its first two episodes on May 27 on Disney Plus – you can read part of our interviews with Ewan McGregor, Hayden Christensen, and director Deborah Chow from the new issue of Total Film, which you can pre-order here.

#Star #Wars #fans #warming #Grand #Inquisitors #ObiWan #series


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