Obi-Wan Kenobi: Disney+ added a warning after the Uvalde shooting

Obi-Wan Kenobi

Netflix did the same for Season 4 of Stranger Things.

Two series created the event last week: the arrival ofObi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+ and the return of Stranger Things on Netflix. Shows eagerly awaited by fans of these universes, which however shocked part of the American public, following the killings that occurred in Uvalde, in the United States. 21 people were murdered in a school, including 19 children, so seeing scenes of violence against minors in these two shows at a time when the news was so bloody marked some spectators, who immediately called out the services of social media streaming. The two platforms were quick to react, since this weekend, they added a warning card just before broadcasting the episodes containing shock scenes.

“Although this series is a continuation of the Star Wars movies set years ago, some scenes may make viewers feel uncomfortable given the recent tragic events, we read before the launch ofObi-Wan Kenobi. Warning: the series contains violence against children. the “warning” does not say more, but there was already talk of a massacre of young Jedi in the prelogy, Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader (Hayden Christensen) attacking children in Revenge of the Sithreleased in cinemas in 2005. A similar crime was also mentioned in the last trilogy, this time with the character of Kylo Ren (Adam Driver).

The action ofObi-Wan Kenobi Taking place ten years after the plot of Episode III, this drama is logically approached, as it has deeply marked the hero embodied by Ewan McGregor.

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