Sung Kang, who was final seen onscreen in Fast & Furious 9, has spoken in regards to the expertise of being solid within the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi sequence.
The Disney+ spin-off present is because of hit the platform in 2022. Ewan McGregor has reprised his position because the main Jedi grasp, and prequel star Hayden Christensen additionally returns as Anakin Skywalker.
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Kang, whose position is but to be revealed within the present, has stated that he has needed to hold “pinching” himself since boarding the Star Wars undertaking.
“I used to dress in the cheap Kmart plastic Halloween costumes — [of] Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader — almost every single day from eight to thirteen years old,” the actor instructed ScreenRant.
Sung Kang in ‘F9’ (Credit score: Alamy)
“My mates and I might play faux, we’d make our personal lightsabers out of, you realize, rest room paper facilities and stuff like that…To have the ability to be on set and see Darth Vader and see the Star Wars universe in entrance of me…simply as a fan, to have the ability to be part of that historical past is fairly superb.
“I kept pinching myself going, ‘How did I end up here?’ And my character has a lightsaber, [and] it’s not a toy, it’s actually the real thing.”
In April, McGregor stated the sequence will feel “so much more real” than the franchise’s prequels.
“He [Lucas] wanted more and more control over what we see in the background,” he instructed The Hollywood Reporter. “After three or four months of that, it just gets really tedious – especially when the scenes are… I don’t want to be rude, but it’s not Shakespeare. There’s not something to dig into in the dialogue that can satisfy you when there’s no environment there. It was quite hard to do.”
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