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Hayden Christensen Demands His Own Darth Vader Series On Disney+ After Obi-Wan Kenobi

The actor, Hayden Christensen is a legend. He has played the iconic Star Wars character, Darth Vader, for many years. In this time, he has greatly endeared himself to fans. He plays Darth Vader in the new Disney+ series, Obi-Wan Kenobi, as well. The series is a massive hit. Christensen recently gave an interview to ET Canada and opened up to the possibility of his own Darth Vader series.

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Hayden Christensen Is Open to The possibility Of A Darth Vader Series

Hayden Christensen is open to playing Darth Vader in a new series
Hayden Christensen

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As aforementioned, Christensen recently had a conversation with ET Canada. When he was asked about the possibility of his own Darth Vader show, he said: “Yeah, I mean, you know, absolutely,” “I think this is a character that sort of resonates in our culture and in a very kind of profound way. And there’s certainly more there to explore. There are so many other stories that have been told in these other mediums.” Christensen continued, “I would love to get to continue my journey with him.”

Hayden Christensen is open to playing Darth Vader in a new series

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The actor had also shared his love for playing the character at a Disney + press conference, he had said:

“…Then I got the call saying that Deborah Chow wanted to get together and talk about this ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’ show that she’s doing with Ewan. I was just thrilled,”  “This is a character that means so much to me, and to get to come back and do more with it was just a thrilling opportunity.”

He continued that it was a “very emotional experience” filming “Obi-Wan Kenobi”. “Obviously, it brought up a lot of feelings of nostalgia,”  “but it was also very cathartic in a way too, just because this is a character that means so much to me and has really sort of stayed with me over the years.”

Obi-Wan-Kenobi is streaming on Disney+.

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Written by Angad Singh

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