Canadian lands Obi-Wan series

A Canadian will be leading the way for the upcoming Obi-Wan series.

Director Deborah Chow, who has already done work on the The Mandalorian series, will be directing the untitled Obi-Wan series for Disney+.

Hailing from Toronto, Chow’s first feature film was The High Cost of Living in 2010. The film won Toronto International Film Festival’s Best Canadian First Feature Film award.

Since then, Chow has gone on to direct the latest adaption of Flowers in the Attic for Lifetime as well as episodes of Reign, Mr. Robot and Jessica Jones.

Chow will also be helming The Possibility of Fireflies, based on the book by Dominique Paul and starring Courtney Love.

Ewan McGregor will be reprising his role of Obi-Wan for the series.

Top Photo: Krysten Ritter and Deborah Chow in Jessica Jones. Courtesy: Netflix.

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