Diego Luna, the leading man of the Star Wars show “Andor,” recently looked back on the first season of the show in an interview with Gizmodo. Luna revealed that he thought the first season was “too good to be true” and that he was blown away by the quality of the writing, production, and overall experience of filming the show.
“Andor” is a prequel to the hit movie “Rogue One,” and Luna portrays the character of Cassian Andor. The show follows Andor’s adventures as a spy in the Rebel Alliance, leading up to the events of “Rogue One.” Luna stated in the interview that he was skeptical about the show’s potential when it was first pitched to him, but that he was impressed by the level of creativity and skill that went into producing the show.
Throughout the interview, Luna praised the show’s writers, directors, and production crew, noting that they created an immersive, detailed world that felt true to the Star Wars universe while also standing out as a unique piece of storytelling. Luna also highlighted the show’s impressive practical effects and attention to detail, noting that as an actor, he appreciated being able to work in such an immersive environment.
Overall, Luna’s comments about “Andor” suggest that Star Wars fans have a lot to look forward to when the show debuts in the coming months. With Luna’s talent and dedication to the role of Cassian Andor, combined with the exceptional production value and storytelling of the show, it’s clear that “Andor” will be a must-see for Star Wars fans and sci-fi aficionados alike.