Rumor: JJ Binks returns to Star Wars about Obi-Wan Kenobi

The closer the series release Disney + by “Star wars”, Which tells the story of Obi-Wan Kenobi, the more details it leaks into the network. One of them is really interesting. The network has information that one of the heroes of the upcoming show allegedly will be Ja-Ja Binks. It is reported that the return of the classic character created George Lucas, will help to better reveal the character of Kenobi, understand his personality and show the audience who he was and who he became.

Jason ward of Making star wars He said that after many years, Kenobi would meet again with his old friend Naboo Ja-Ja Binks. Like Obi-Wan, the gungan grew old. To emphasize the burden of life that had fallen on him and to reflect the deception of the first Galactic Empire, the authors of the series added a beard to Ja-Ja Binks. Yes, you heard right, this time Kenobi will not be the only bearded character.

Currently, the identity of the actor playing JJ Binks has not yet been confirmed. Ahmed Best, who previously played the role of gungan, continues to fight the depression that has rolled over him. After the negative reaction of some media and attacks from fans, the actor attempted suicide. However, his dubbing JJ in the series Star Wars: The Clone Wars was flawless. The only episode Best missed stood out and was, to put it mildly, not very.

Filming the Disney + series should start in the summer of 2023. The first season will include six episodes. Obi-Wan Kenobi will play again Ewan McGregor. The show has no exact name yet.

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