Why knowing the fate of Cassian’s Rogue One won’t destroy the new Star Wars show
star Wars Really popularized the pre-shows through the 1999-2005 trilogy. Any cautionary introduction that the audience may know how it ends, or at least what will happen next. Annakin Skywalker was always going to be Darth Vader. And the Andor The fate of Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) cannot be changed. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. But Luna and Andor Content creator Tony Gilroy says it doesn’t matter if you know what’s going on with him.
[Warning: This article contains spoilers for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.]
Luna and Gilroy were on the Zoom panel for the Television Critics Association for Andor On August 3rd. Explain the reason for the end rogue one does not limit Andor Absolutely. New episodes of Andor First show Wednesday Disney +.
Cassian Andor’s death in Rogue One is no different from any character or scenes
rogue one It was unique to him star Wars to its tragic end. even after Episode Three – Revenge of the SithAnd the rogue one Show all of his main characters dying to provide Princess Leia with Death Star plans. Andor Happens in the previous five years until rogue oneGilroy isn’t worried that viewers know Andor is dying.
“I finally got the answer I always wanted,” Gilroy said. “You know? We all live in a prequel. We are all going to die, and we are all at an earlier stage.”
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Gilroy has a point. Even in contemporary stories, all characters will eventually die, unless you watch them Highlander. Knowing that doesn’t spoil their current adventure either.
Cassian Andor’s death doesn’t limit Diego Luna either
It’s one thing to write Andor’s life before rogue one. Luna played his death scene. However, that doesn’t stop Luna from exploring Andor before the movie.
“It’s the opposite,” Luna said. “I’m going to challenge everything you think about Cassian. Everything that made sense when you were watching the movie is going to be challenged now, because I’m thinking about it. I know where you end up, and I can be very creative with how to get there. I think it releases a different part of your creativity, When you start back.”
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Luna, a fan of historical non-fiction, said he could come close Andor same way.
Not as an actor, I’m telling you as an actor, there’s nothing I love more than going to see big shows about historical moments that I know happened, and that I know the ending. And the characters I read about, and then I go and watch a movie about them and see in between what I’ve read. For me, it celebrates in a way and challenges the masses in a very special way. It’s like you know this is possible. You know someone can do it. Well, I’m going to tell you something you don’t know why that is, and for me, storytelling becomes a cool thing. And again, that’s what I’m looking for as an audience.
Diego Luna, Television Critics Committee, 8/3/22
Everyone knows what happens in ‘Star Wars’.
Gilroy also linked him to frequent watching the movie. Most people watch movies more than once, even though they know what’s going on.
“The suspension of disbelief is more fragile than that, because you can watch a movie a third time,” Gilroy said. “You just watched it six months ago, and you can, if you like it, because you watch it again, you invest in it. That is not a concern for a playwright.”
Looking at what we’re talking about star WarsPeople watch these movies more than three times. You always know the Death Star is going to explode, but it doesn’t spoil the experience.
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