Kenobi’s Missing Secret Weapon Is Making Darth Vader Even Better
Obi-Wan Kenobi differed from other Star Wars projects in that he chose not to use one of the most classic elements of the franchise to accompany Darth Vader.
The series presents the first live action version of the Sith Lord from Star Wars: Rogue One in 2016 and presents him as the legendary James Earl Jones, played by Hayden Christensen.
the series impressively makes it a formidable force that does not rely on an iconic piece of past filmmaking.
Set ten years after Star Wars: Episode III-Revenge of the Sith, Obi-Wan Kenobi follows the title character, who is torn from the Force, plagued by his guilt for Anakin's failure.
However, when young Princess Leia is abducted by her third sister, Inquisitor Reva Sevander, Kenobi is forced to return to the action to save her.
Episode 3 ends with Obi-Wan confronting his former Jedi student, Anakin Skywalker, who is now fully accustomed to the dark side of the Force and led by Darth Vader.
The father appears in the series, pulls the strings and acts as a formidable force in every scene in which he appears.
There's still a chance Holt would decide to record a lot of Williams' music, including the theme of Darth Vader.