ANDOR Star Teases Season 2 Will Be ‘Much Bigger and Smarter’

While fans are divided on how they feel about the recent release Star Wars series The AcolyteThere’s one Star Wars show that most fans are very excited to see return… Andor.

Andor star Adria Arjona he recently teased the next season, and while he didn’t say much, he’s definitely exaggerating what fans can expect.

During an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, she said, “I’m so afraid to talk about Andor, but all I can say is that this second season is so much bigger and smarter — and it even surprised me.”

Arjona plays mechanic Bix Caleen in the series, alongside Diego Luna’s Cassian Andor.

Writer and showrunner Tony Gilroy He previously teased next season by saying it might be the biggest story he’s ever told! Gilroy said: “I’ve been there Andor for five years now. We’re finishing the second half.”

He continued: “I’ve had a lot of fun over the years, but I don’t know if I’ve ever done anything as important as this 24 hours of storytelling we’re doing now.”

Gilroy concluded by saying, “I don’t know if it’s just because that’s what I’m doing, but I don’t think so. I’ve never had the chance to work this big before, so it’s a big deal for me.

Season 2 will conclude the series and take us through the years Diego LunaCassian Andor’s journey as a spy for the Rebellion and how he tracked down the secret to the construction of the Death Star. The story leads directly to the events of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

He previously teased the series’ end, sharing that the creative team knows “exactly where we’re going” and that it was “creatively powerful” to know where the story is going.

He said: “If you know your ending, it really helps. We know exactly where we are going. You know what you have to deliver on an emotional level and what the story has to do with it. It’s a survival decision, but it’s good for us creatively.”

Gilroy explained how the story will unfold in the final season of the series by saying, “When we come back later, it will literally be like a Friday, Saturday and Sunday. And then we’ll skip a year, and then it’ll be, like, four or five days, and then we’ll skip a year, and then it’ll be another four or five days, and then we’ll skip a year, and it’ll be another four or five days.”

Every three episodes in Andor The second season will cover a year of story and, previously speaking about what we can expect from the series, he explains that it will explore the stress, pain and triumphs of the growing rebellion.

He added, “Think about revolution, and think about it from Luthen Rael’s point of view, from Saw Gerrera’s point of view, and from Mon Mothma’s point of view.”

He continued: “They started out as the original gangsters in this thing, and it’s clandestine, and it’s secret, and it’s small, and it’s isolated and contained. In four years it will be great. Think of any restaurant you knew that started as a coffee shop, think of any startup company.

“What’s going on? Things are getting very complicated. If the basis of your business is paranoia, secrecy, betrayal and heavy consequences, expanding your business is really difficult.”

Gilroy went on to say, “So think about it from the Imperial side and they’re getting very, very close to a very major energy project. People may have heard of it. It’s an energy project. I guess it’s not a surprise, but I think you’ll see the ‘wear, you’ll see all the stress, all the pain and all the triumph of the 20 or 30 people that we’re bringing forward, with Cassian at the center.

“You’re going to see those people stumble into a very complicated mess and a story that we’re going to pay attention to.”

He went on to say, “We’re going to work on the calendar. There are events on our calendar and you know what they are, some of them, and they’re very important, and we’re going to put them into practice.”

We don’t know when yet Andor The second season will arrive on Disney+.

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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