Star Wars’ Diego Luna is OK with the Rogue One spinoff line being delayed. The actor is set to reprise his capacity as Cassian Andor in a prequel for Disney +, which will explore Andor’s origins before he affiliated Jyn Erso’s doomed Rogue One force. In addition to Luna, the show’s cast includes Alan Tudyk’s fan-favorite K-2SO, Genevieve O’Reilly as Mon Mothma, and Stellan Skarsgard and Kyle Soller in whodunit personas. Despite the exciting proposition, the Rogue One Tv evidence was in danger of being offset before Tony Gilroy ratified on to direct multiple chapters. Gilroy previously treated the Rogue One movie reshoots.

The idea was for the Rogue One spinoff to start filming this year, but that hasn’t happened yet. The ongoing coronavirus pandemic thrust most of Hollywood to shut down for several months, and activities have now been got back to work. In the case of the Rogue One prequel, there’s still no command as to when it will get in front of the cameras. Under normal events, that may be cause for concern, but Luna doesn’t mind getting some extra time off.

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Luna revealed in an interview with The Guardian that the coronavirus pandemic had changed his priorities. He had expressed his feeling about starting to film the Cassian Andor prequel earlier this year before the pandemic magnetism most major cinema and television products to absolutely closed down. Now Luna believes that filming shouldn’t be raced 😛 TAGEND

“Shooting is starting around the world, so slowly we’re going back, but there’s no scurry. To me, what this pandemic brought to my attention is that there[ are] priorities. We have to be cautious and we have to be wise on when and how to go back.”

Luna’s perspective on filming is definitely wise. The Cassian Andor prequel series has been in development for a while now, which likely “ve left” fans understandably impatient. Nonetheless, starting product on the show in a rush would do the specific characteristics an unfairnes. After all, the Rogue One prequel had already undergone write rewrites before filming was supposed to begin earlier this year, which led to a filming adjournment pre-pandemic. The Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney+ succession faced similar script-rewrite referred make stalls. Disney would be smart to take a page from Luna’s perspective on its consideration of this matter and not rush back into filming , is not simply to the security of the cast and crew but also for the sanctity of producing a good story.

After all, Star Wars’ Disney+ registers attached great importance for the right in the immediate future. There won’t be another new Star Wars move until 2023, so it’s imperative for their TV shows to be of high quality and keep the property in the spotlight. Peculiarly with The Mandalorian established as the streaming service’s flagship program, there’s no need to rush another brand-new Star Wars show out in an effort to beat up interest in Disney +. Ideally, the Rogue One prequel will follow in the footsteps of the movie and has become a massive success despite the setbacks.

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Source: The Guardian

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