Hayden Christensen talks about the work he took into going back to the function of Darth Vader, and what he needed to do to physically get into shape for it.
Obi-Wan Kenobi star Hayden Christensen exposed the level of physical preparation he put in to preparing yourself to play Darth Vader once again.
In an interview in the most current concern of Overall Movie, Christensen went over the making of the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi series, along with how much of his task remained in the health club instead of on set. “Most of my work on this project was in preparation,” Christensen stated. “The physical preparation was intense. I had to put on a decent amount of weight and size to fill up the suit.” The star likewise provided audiences a tip that his physical preparation wasn’t simply for the match. When inquired about the battle scenes in the series, Christensen mentioned that “We’re more in line with the prequels than we are with how the fights are in the original trilogy. These characters have aged, but not that much yet.”
Apart from expanding to repeat his function as Darth Vader, Christensen likewise discussed what fans can anticipate to see from the character as soon as Obi-Wan Kenobi shows up on the little screen. The star discussed, “He’s a very complex character, and there’s an inherent struggle of identity that is always present – there’s inner conflict.” He stated on that dispute, stating, “He’s always going to be struggling with the loss of Padme. He’s got Anakin buried deep down inside. There always has to be that element of Anakin there, because he does eventually find redemption in the end – through the love of his son, no less.”
Obi-Wan Kenobi is set to follow the titular Jedi, represented by Ewan McGregor, throughout his life in exile after the Galactic Empire’s increase to prominence. Most likely, audiences will likewise see a lot of Christensen’s Darth Vader in his hunt for his previous master. This will likewise be Christensen’s most extensive turn as Darth Vader, as he just got a single climactic scene as the totally formed Sith Lord throughout the Prequel Trilogy. Christensen himself discussed this model of the character as being “100 percent a fully realized Vader. This is, in a lot of ways, Vader in his prime.”
The series marks Christensen’s very first go back to the function of Darth Vader since 2005’s Vengeance of the Sith. The series will likewise work as the Star Wars launching of Rupert Buddy as The Inquisitor, a previous guard at the Jedi temple who was up to the dark side. Buddy’s Inquisitor is signed up with by Moses Ingram as Inquisitor Reva, aka Third Sis, another Force-sensitive assassin who will be dealing with Christensen’s Vader to pursue the staying Jedi.
Fans can see simply how far these characters have actually come on their own when Obi-Wan Kenobi premieres on Disney+ on May 25.
Source: Overall Movie