Collider reports the crew for the Disney+ Star Wars series, which was in the midst of pre-production, sent its crew home from Pinewood Studios in London after Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy expressed dissatisfaction with the scripts. The Hollywood Reporter adds that the Obi-Wan series will undergo a retooling with Ewan McGregor and director Deborah Chow still attached to the project. Writer Hossein Amini is exiting the series. "Sources tell THR that the scripts – only two were written – and story became an issue and that the entire package has been jettisoned," reports The Hollywood Reporter's Borys Kit. "Lucasfilm is now on the hunt for a new writer to pen the series. At the same time, sources say the series is being reconfigured from being six episodes to four episodes. It is unclear when the show would ramp up again although insiders stress that McGregor remains attached to star and Chow remains as director. Disney had no comment." In announcing the Obi-Wan news last August at Disney+ D23 panel, Kennedy said: "We have all the scripts written, we’re ready to start shooting next year."