'Star Wars: Andor': Diego Luna reveals UNUSUAL plan for season 2

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the actor Diego Luna revealed the unusual plan that awaits viewers in season 2 of ‘Star Wars: Andor‘.

The star says that the next cycle will tell independent stories, separated into four blocks of three episodes – which will narrate separate adventures and narratives.

“I think it will be perfect. It’s like four different movies. In blocks of three episodes, we’ll explore an entire year, then another and another. There will also be a passage of time between each block, so that we can evolve the narrative. I think the first season also features some of that.”

He adds, “When you watch the first three episodes, you’ll feel like you already know what to expect, but the fourth episode changes everything. This is an opportunity that this longer format offers us. We have the flexibility to transform, explore new things, meet other characters and visit new planets. It’s a fantastic format and very ambitious. It’s total freedom.”

It is worth remembering that the first season will premiere on September 21stat the Disney+.

The first season will feature 12 episodes, which will be directed by Ben Caron, Susanna White and Toby Haynes.

The plot will follow the adventures of Cassian Andor during the early formative years of the Rebellion, before the events of ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story‘. The thrilling thriller will explore tales filled with espionage and daring quests to restore hope to the galaxy in the grips of a ruthless empire.

In addition to Diego Lunathe list has Genevieve O’Reilly, Adria Arjona (‘Squad 6’), Denise Gough (‘Guerrilla’), Stellan Skarsgard (‘Chernobyl’), and Kyle Soller (‘The Titan’). Ewan McGregor can also reprise his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi, while Andy Serkis back as Snoke.

O’Reilly will reprise her role as the head member of the Rebel Alliance, Mon Mothma, a character she first played in ‘Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith’ (2005) and later in ‘Rogue One‘ (2016).

Nicholas Britell will be responsible for the soundtrack. He is known for numerous highly acclaimed projects in film and television. He received two Oscar nominations for his work on ‘Moonlight: Under the Moonlight’ is at ‘If Beale Street Could Talk’. In addition, he won an Emmy Award for his magnificent score for the acclaimed drama ‘Succession’, where he worked on the first and second seasons. Your other credits include ‘The big bet’, ‘Vice’, ‘Cruella’ and ‘Don’t Look Up’.

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