'Obi-Wan Kenobi'

next June 22 The last episode of the first season of ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ premieres on Disney +, finale that is Part VI of a galactic adventure with much to resolve. Perhaps this feeling is hidden behind the success of a certain rumor that runs through the Internet revolutionizing the ‘Star Wars’ fandom.

Some say that the end of this miniseries that has once again brought together Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen in the shoes of the mythical Jedi Master and his former apprentice, now Darth Vader; it would last as long as a movie, an hour and a half. Where does this assumption come from?

Disney continues in its line, revealing absolutely nothing about the episodes before their premiere, but a specific event is generating all kinds of speculation. Deborah Chow, director, and Christensen will be available at a Q&A with Canadian fans of ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’, that they will be able to see the complete series on the big screen, including its outcome. Toronto is the city chosen to host this meeting with fans who can already buy tickets, and here is the controversial point.

Cineplex sells the seats under the name ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi – Final Episode and Q&A’ accompanying this description of a very specific duration: 1h and 33min. With only this information, each one is mounting the film that they think. On Twitter it is commented that the data is very specific to refer to the episode plus the live event, something more difficult to limit in this way; hence many fans think that the episode lasts as long as a movie and that the questions would come later. Others defend that, on the contrary, as strange as it may seem due to that way of specifying, the hour and a half would refer to the entire event.

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as collected Colliderthis is a unique marathon, with episode 6 available to screen in nine other theaters across Canada before meeting Chow and Christensen, which can also be seen in streaming. This galactic date, for which there are currently no plans in other countries, thus offers two options: buying tickets to see the first 5 episodes on the big screen, and on the other hand the possibility of going to the cinema just to see the last one that is accompanied by said Q&A.

* “Boys don’t kill the messenger, but EYE to the duration of the next episode. We’re in luck!”.

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In addition to the speculation surrounding that hour-odd special event dedicated to the end of ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’, on the other hand we have the fans who have thrown mathematics. Taking into account the duration of all the episodes already available on Disney +, and the estimated time for the full marathon, 5 hours and 20 minutes… The result would also point to a very long finale.

Right now, from Part I to V and without removing the credits, the viewing is around 228 minutes, which means that the end could last 92 minutesWell, the blessed hour and a half. The thing of course would change if one does not have the recaps of each chapter and the credits… They are conjectures, but Considering everything the denouement still has to deal with, it wouldn’t be that far-fetched for Lucasfilm to surprise us with the longest ‘Star Wars’ episode yet..

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