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Hayden Christensen Explains How His Young Daughter Helped Him Get Ready For ‘Obi-Wan Kenobi’

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Hayden Christensen shared the cute way his 7-year-old little girl, Briar Rose, assisted him with planning for his return as Anakin Skywalker a.k.a. Darth Vader in the Disney+ series “Obi-Wan Kenobi”.

“We have a couple lightsabers kicking around the house. She was my first lightsaber preparing accomplice when I returned to the ‘Obi-Wan’ show,” Christensen told Jimmy Fallon on Friday’s episode of “The Tonight Show”.

The “Star Wars” entertainer noticed that his girl, whom he imparts to ex Rachel Bilson, “knows Daddy’s Darth Vader,” but she’s “never considered Daddy to be Darth Vader,” adding that he’s “actually holding up a tad until that occurs.”

“I could show her the prequels soon… But still, there’s certain scenes we could need to quick forward through,” Christensen said.

The 41-year-old Canadian entertainer had a comparative encounter preparing to play the famous “Star Wars” character the initial time around, when he initially got the require the job one year out of secondary school, however with a fanciful lightsaber all things being equal. Christensen depicted Anakin Skywalker in two portions of the “Star Wars” prequel set of three 2002’s “Assault of the Clones” and 2005’s “Retribution of the Sith”.

Other than a concise voice appearance as Anakin in the 2019 spin-off “The Rise of Skywalker”, “Obi-Wan Kenobi” denoted Christensen’s most memorable time venturing once more into the job in north of 17 years.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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