war of stars Fans are excited about the franchise. Whether they enjoy a project or not, they are not afraid to be heard. Andor is the newest war of stars series is coming to Disney+, and fans have enjoyed the show so far. Andor Star Diego Luna, who has dabbled in fandom before, says he knows how to deal with huge fan expectations.
Diego Luna returns to Star Wars in Andor
Andor is the newest war of stars Series on Disney+. Diego Luna returns as Cassian Andor as the show explores his origins within the Rebel Alliance. Fans will remember his character Villain Onewhere Cassian was a veteran soldier within the rebellion, doing whatever it took to advance the cause.
Villain One was a smash hit with critics and viewers, earning an 84% critic rating and an 86% audience rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film also grossed over $1 billion at the worldwide box office. While Cassian wasn’t an immediate fan favorite, there was plenty of intrigue surrounding his backstory. The film implied that Andor did many morally questionable things in the name of the rebellion. This series examines what he did for the rebellion and how he became a trusted soldier.
Diego Luna is responding to the expectations of “Star Wars” fans
In conversation with The Jess Cagle Podcast with Julia Cunninghamsaid Diego Luna about meetings war of stars expectations of the fans Andor. While war of stars The fandom can be strict on new projects, Luna relishes the high expectations because he wants to be in something people want to love. He also appreciates exposure because he always wanted people to see his work.
“I see it as something positive — the great anticipation of a show like this,” admits Luna. “The great expectations of the fan base of war of stars It’s amazing. I’ve been trying to get people’s attention my whole life. It’s different this time. You leave like they don’t just want to see it; they want to love it.”
Satisfying war of stars Fans can be a difficult task. The last two shows Obi Wan Kenobi and Boba Fett’s bookHe left the fanbase divided. Fans were even more divided over Disney’s sequel trilogy. However, Luna is already aware of what war of stars fans demand, and Andor seems to meet these requirements so far.
Early reviews for ‘Andor’ are very positive
Andor premiered on Wednesday with three episodes, and the response from fans and critics was overwhelmingly positive. Many have praised the mature and darker tone of this series, and some are calling this series the best yet The Mandalorian. It burns slower so fans expecting a lot of action may have to wait for the epic space battles, but many appreciate that this series takes its time.
The first three episodes of Andor stream on Disney+. The first season consists of a total of 12 episodes, followed by 12 more in season 2, all leading up to the events of Villain One.
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