Filming on the upcoming Obi-Wan Kenobi mini-series for the Disney+ service has wrapped or is about to depending upon different sources.
According to Bespin Bulletin, cast members Rupert Friend, Sung Kang, O’Shea Jackson Jr. and Indira Varma have all confirmed on social media that they have wrapped their work and have already moved onto other projects. Simone Kessell is also believed to have wrapped.
In addition, LRM Online posted a report claiming that filming is over according to their source, one that Cineline editor Jordan Maison has confirmed.
Shooting on the “Kenobi” series began in April, which would mean a nearly four-month shoot – that’s almost on par with the first two seasons of “The Mandalorian” which churned out eight episodes over four months of filming for each season.
“The Book of Boba Fett” wrapped its shoot back in June, with “Obi-Wan Kenobi” taking over The Volume soundstage in Los Angeles then following some location work. Actor Carl Weathers confirmed to Fandom Spotlite this week that shooting on the third season of “The Mandalorian” begins in September using that same facility – suggesting if “Obi-Wan” hasn’t wrapped, it will do so in the next week or two.
“Andor” meanwhile began production of its twelve-episode run in November and is still reportedly lensing at Pinewood Studios.