A Darth Vader series? Star Wars could be working on it and Hayden Christensen wanted to talk about this possibility.
In an interview given to The Hollywood Reporter, Hayden Christensen He has spoken about his experience so far in Obi-Wan Kenobi. The program of starwars It has meant his return to the galactic saga after a lot of years in the shadows. The Hollywood Reporter has taken the opportunity to ask the actor if he would be willing to do his own darth vader series in the future.
The media outlet asked Hayden Christensen how she would feel if she had the possibility of starring in a Darth Vader series. The star of Star Wars had it very clear. “I would absolutely love it,” he said. “Getting to do more with this character would be amazing.”
On the other hand, Hayden Christensen was asked how he approached the great confrontation between Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader in the series. “This is the first time we’ve seen the Sith Lord chronologically so close to the character of Anakin Skywalker,” he explained. So there are indications that Anakin is there. But for the most part, we’re trying to stay true to what we know and love about this character. And we make sure to honor the way he moves and sounds to stay true to that continuity.”
The transformation into a character he adores
While preparing for the series of Obi-Wan KenobiHayden Christensen reviewed everything he could about the Star Wars saga and the character of Darth Vader. “Actually, I rewatched all the movies over and over again. I studied Anakin as much as I could,” she admitted. “There are a lot of things that happen with this character. He is always thinking and trying to figure out what is going on around him.
“I don’t know if I have a favorite scene or one I’m most proud of, but there is a scene where Anakin goes back to Tatooine in Episode II and talks to Watto,” Hayden Christensen continued, remembering his transformation into Darth Vader. “The script had the dialogue written in English and then, in parentheses, it said Wattanese. It wasn’t until the day of filming that I met with George Lucas and asked him what that language should sound like. He told me that as long as it didn’t sound like English or another familiar language, it was perfect. He told me that he could make it up for me. So last night I hurried to invent Wattanese. Every time I see that scene, it makes me very funny.