Danny DeVito admits that he prefers his portrayal of the Penguin, an astronaut who observes an alien light on Earth, and potential evil candidates for Obi-Wan Kenobi’s second season. Here’s the conclusion!
Danny DeVito loves Colin Farrell but finds his “better” way. A solar power plant shines from afar. What a villain for the rest of the series Obi-Wan Kenobi ? To the conclusion!
Danny DeVito defends the penguin
in BatmanColin Farrell embodies the penguin. Role previously camped by Danny DeVito in Batman: The Challenge. In response to a question from his daughter about Vanity Fair, the legendary actor gave his opinion on his successor, supporting the polygraph. If he thinks Farrell is a good guy, he thinks he’s played the penguin better in the past.
Read> Danny DeVito on Colin Farrell: “My Penguin Was Better”
ISS: But what is this light that remains in broad daylight?
From the top of the International Space Station, Samantha Cristoforetti spotted an amazing phenomenon that piqued her interest. This is visible light from the International Space Station, even in broad daylight. After investigation, it was found that it came from a solar thermal power plant, located in the Negev desert in Israel.
To read> an astronaut spotted an “interesting” light shining on Earth in broad daylight
Obi-Wan Kenobi: Which Season 2 Discount?
It was originally produced as a mini-series, Obi-Wan Kenobi Finally, he is entitled to a second season. Pending its formalization, we can already imagine what the villainous flagship of this second chapter will be. It is unlikely that Darth Vader will ever be cast in this role again. But Darth Maul or the Grand Inquisitor can do just fine!
To read > Obi-Wan Kenobi: After Darth Vader, who will be the super villain of Season 2?
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