We already know that Christensen will return in the famous black suit with his former boss Ewan McGregor in Obi-Wan Kenobi limited series, but the news will show him too Ahsoka new (by The Hollywood Reporter). His appearance of Kenobi something, because that series was set 10 years later Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, which saw Skywalker rise – or fall – to become Darth Vader. But shows up Ahsoka raises some interesting questions.
Starring Rosario Dawson, the series revolves around The Mandalorian Season 2, set five years later Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Of course, that classic movie ended with Vader’s very obvious death, so how did Christensen release him for Ahsoka?
The two existing theories revolve around the fact that Ahsoka, made for Star Wars: The Clone Wars the animated film and TV series, formerly a pre-Darth Vader Skywalker’s sequel. It’s possible we’ll see some of this relationship playing out in flashbacks, or maybe Skywalker returns as a Force Ghost to help guide his former apprentice.
Either way, fans are probably excited that the Sith Lord will return Star Wars universe While Darth Vader appeared in various forms in this recent entry into the franchise, he was last described by Christensen in 2005 Revenge of the Sith. The actor, however, gave a brief vocal cameo Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of the Skywalker.
Not much is known about Ahsoka, except Dave Filoni (who worked all from The Clone Wars on Star Wars Rebels in the future The Book of Boba Fett) is the executive who created and wrote the series with Jon Favreau.