New OBI-WAN KENOBI Character Posters Feature Darth Vader, Tala Durith, And More

New OBI-WAN KENOBI Character Posters Feature Darth Vader, Tala Durith, And More New OBI-WAN KENOBI Character Posters Feature Darth Vader, Tala Durith, And More

The official Obi-Wan Kenobi Twitter account has finally debuted a character poster for the legendary Darth Vader, who made quite an impact in the closing moments of the third episode...

By MarkCassidy - Jun 06, 2022 11:06 AM EST
Filed Under: Star Wars

Three more posters for Obi-Wan Kenobi have been shared by the Disney+ show's official Twitter account, this time spotlighting the characters who appeared in the third episode.

There's Indira Varma's Imperial Officer-turned double-agent Tala Durith, her loading droid (we're not sure if he has a name!), and, of course, the legendary - and bloody terrifying - Darth Vader.

The man once known as Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen) made quite an impact towards the end of the episode, mercilessly torturing and murdering innocent villagers in an effort to draw Kenobi out of hiding. As it turns out, this sequence was even more extreme at one point.

"I got pulled back a little bit on that," head writer Joby Harold tells Vanity Fair. "It was so important to define Vader's anger and rage. There's an emotionality to the choices he's making that are a little further than we're used to seeing with Vader. He's pushed a little more than the Vader we know. Obi-Wan isn't the finished article before [the original Star Wars], and we can look at Vader in the same way."

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