Star Wars really popularized the prequels with his trilogy from 1999-2005. Any prequel has the caveat that the audience may know how it ends, or at least what happens next. Annakin Skywalker was always going to become Darth Vader. Y Andorra cannot change the destiny of Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. But Moon and Andorra creator Tony Gilroy says it doesn’t matter if you know what’s going on with it.
[Warning: This article contains spoilers for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.]
Luna and Gilroy were at a Zoom panel for the Television Critics Association Andorra on August 3. They explained why the end dishonest does not limit Andorra absolute. new episodes of Andorra premieres Wednesday on Disney+.
Cassian Andor’s death in “Rogue One” is no different than that of any other character or viewer
dishonest was exclusively for Star Wars for his tragic end. even after Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, dishonest showed all of its main characters dying for giving Princess Leia the plans for the Death Star. Andorra takes place in the previous five years dishonestbut Gilroy doesn’t care to inform viewers that Andor dies.
“I finally came up with the answer I always wanted,” Gilroy said. “Did you know? We’re all living in a prequel. We’re all going to die and we’re all in a prequel.”
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Gilroy is right. Even in contemporary stories, all characters will eventually die if you don’t look Wallachian. Know that this doesn’t ruin your current adventure either.
The death of Cassian Andor does not limit Diego Luna either
It’s one thing to write Andor’s life ahead dishonest. Luna performed her death scene. Still, that doesn’t stop Luna from exploring Andor ahead of the movie.
“It’s the other way around,” Luna said. “I’m going to challenge everything you think about Cassian. Everything that made sense when you watched the movie will now be challenged because I have this in mind. I know where it ends and I can be very creative about how to get there. I think it triggers another part of your creativity when you go back.”
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An aficionado of historical non-fiction, Luna said he can relate Andorra in the same way
Not as an actor, but as an audience I tell you that there is nothing I love more than watching great programs about historical moments that I know happened and that I know the ending to. And the characters that I’ve read about, then I go see a movie about them and I can see what’s between what I’ve read. For me, it celebrates, in a way, and challenges the audience in a very special way. It’s like you know this is possible. You know someone is capable of it. Well, I’m going to tell you something you don’t know about what caused it, and to me, that’s when the narrative becomes fascinating. And again, that’s what I’m looking for as an audience.
Diego Luna, Television Critics Association panel, 3/8/22
Everyone Knows What Happens in ‘Star Wars’
Gilroy also linked it to repeated viewing of the films. Most people watch movies more than once, even if they know what’s going on.
“The suspension of disbelief is even weaker than that, because you get to see a movie a third time,” Gilroy said. “You just saw him six months earlier and you can, if you love him, because you’re seeing him again, you’re interested in him. That is not a concern as a playwright”.
Since we are talking about Star Wars, people watch those movies much more than three times. You always know the Death Star is going to explode, but that doesn’t spoil the experience.
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