Obi-Wan Kenobi trailer brings back major character - and fans are freaking out

Check out the first look at the new Disney series

The new trailer for Disney+’s hugely anticipated series Obi-Wan Kenobi is finally here, and it looks seriously epic.

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The series, which takes place after Revenge of the Sith and before the events of A New Hope, follows Ewan McGregor as Jedi Knight Obi-Wan as he hides following the defeat of the Jedi and the Sith’s rise to power. However, there was one character in particular that fans were delighted to spot. 

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In the clip, Obi-Wan can be heard saying: "The fight is done. We lost. Stay hidden," while watching a young Luke Skywalker playing in Tatooine. Since Obi-Wan lived on Tatooine to ensure Luke's safety and eventually to tell him about his path as a Jedi, we think we can expect to see more of him in the episode.

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Taking to Twitter to discuss the trailer, one person wrote: "What I want to know is if they de-aged @HamillHimself again to play really young Luke! #ObiWanKenobi," while another added: "WAS THAT LITTLE LUKE!? Inject it into our veins!" A third person joked: "I hope Luke Skywalker is just this Dennis the Menace awful kid who shoots small animals and Obi-Wan is like Mr. Wilson trying to discipline Luke from afar while fighting off Inquisitors/Jawas." 

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The trailer also hinted at the storyline, in which the remaining Jedi are being rounded up. One character can be heard saying: "The key to hunting Jedi is patience. Jedi cannot help what they are. Their compassion leaves a trail. The Jedi code is like an itch. They cannot help it."

The show is set to be released on 25 May, so we can’t wait to have some answers!

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