Kenobi Trailer Is Ready But When Will We See It?

First Official Obi-Wan Kenobi Images Hit - Could The Trailer Be Next?

When will we see the trailer for Kenobi?  That has been the topic of discussion among the Star Wars community.  According to our source, we have heard that the Kenobi trailer is finished and ready to roll out.  Other outlets that cover Star Wars news have also heard that the trailer is finished.  Now it is only a matter of time before Disney will decide to drop the trailer upon us.  With such a highly anticipated Star Wars project it is understandable for fans to be theorizing when the trailer will debut?

However, since our track record isn’t that great when predicting trailer debuts I will be refraining from any guesses.  Below are some theories from some of the Star Wars news outlets and fans. Little’s been shared about the series besides a sizzle reel and some concept art giving us a small glimpse, so it is understandable for everyone to craft up the theories.  You can watch the Kenobi sizzle reel on Disney+ here.

Potential Dates For When The Trailer Will Drop

 

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Disney Shareholder Meeting

Corey and Aubrey from Convor Call shared in his recent live stream that they think the trailer will premiere during the upcoming Disney Share Holder meeting.  Aubree points out that this is the first time the Share Holder meeting will be streamed instead of an audio meeting.

There is another theory floating around that even though the upcoming Disney Share Holder meeting will be streamed that only shareholders will be able to actually see it.  Similar to the previous Disney+ web streams only investors were able to see the behind-the-scenes clips for Andor and Kenobi.  That means that the general public will have to wait until a later date to see the trailer.

Oscars

Another theory being thrown around is the trailer will premiere at the Oscars on March 27th.  The date would be roughly under the 60-day mark from the premiere and it is a limited series we may only get one trailer.  It would be understandable if the awards show would be the host for the trailer.  With ratings being in decline over the past couple of years it would make sense to change the format of the Oscars and have trailer premieres for upcoming projects including Kenobi. While it does sound like a good idea to have the trailer premiere during the Oscars, in my opinion, I don’t think it is going to happen.

March 9th?

MSW EIC Jason Ward recently released a video also, and he says he’s been told March 9th, or March 10th. For those checking dates, that matches what Corey and Aubree think, because that’s the same day as Disney Shareholder meeting.

The story begins 10 years after the dramatic events of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith where Obi-Wan Kenobi faced his greatest defeat—the downfall and corruption of his best friend and Jedi apprentice, Anakin Skywalker, who turned to the dark side as evil Sith Lord Darth Vader.

Obi-Wan Kenobi, the new Disney+ limited series from Lucasfilm, will debut exclusively on Disney+ May 25.

When do you think the trailer will drop? Are you ready for this show? Thoughts below as always.

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