Have you been bothered by the recent cameos of Lizzo or Jack Black? Just know that Lando doesn’t mean it. Star Wars fans shared
the legendary actor Billy Dee Williamsfamous for playing Lando in original trilogy of ‘Star Wars’, has been honest about the controversial cameos seen in the last episode of season 3 of ‘The Mandalorian’, which has divided the fans of Mandalorian y Baby Yoda.
And it is that sparks have flown in after the last episode of the series Disney+which was directed by the also actress, Bryce Dallas Howard. In social networks, it has been possible to verify the polarization surrounding this episode.
Since while some ask Lucas Films and Disney that they are giving Bryce the opportunity to direct a feature film in the saga, others are crying out to the heavens because the story, characters and cameos in that particular episode seemed out of place. But no one is better than an actor from the original trilogy to give his honest point of view on the controversial issue.
According to Williams, the cameos are off Lizzo as Duchess of Plazir-15the of Christopher Lloyd As Commissioner Helgait y Jack Black As Captain BombardierThey are one excellent idea. Moreover, the actor sees them as a timely way to attract new audiences and a younger audience to the series.
Dee Williams emphasizes the importance of bringing the sensibilities of a younger group of people into Star Wars
The actor has explained that he is always looking to build an audience and for this purpose it is important to incorporate the sensibilities of a younger group of people.
“I mean, the idea is to try to bring it closer to the younger crowd today. So you have to use the people who are popular today. It’s a business. Of course, we can’t forget that part. You’re always trying to build an audience. Therefore, building an audience means that you have to incorporate or bring the sensibilities of a younger group of people. So you have to hire these wonderful, talented people who are popular today to attract new audiences. “
Williams has played Lando on various occasions, i.a ‘The Empire Strikes Back’, ‘Return of the Jedi’ y ‘The Rise of Skywalker’as well as in various video games and entries in the series of Lego about the galactic franchise.
Williams’ vision for the inclusion of cameos shows that the series is adapting to the new sensibilities and tastes of the public, even if they don’t quite agree with the classic fans, but at the same time the franchise remains true to the essence of the saga. Es un win, win.
The inclusion of popular actors, artists or characters is a smart way to attract new viewers, but always with one premise in mind: That the characters they have to interpret and the narrative they participate in must contribute in a good way to the saga’s canon and history. Basic.
You have to understand that there is a part of a possible audience that may not be so fond of the franchise, but is interested in seeing their favorite artists, and between these two concepts there can be a perfect symbiosis. May the force be with you!
If you want to see more related news, go to the following links
Obi-Wan Kenobi season 2 is on the waiting list. Kathleen Kennedy, president of LucasFilm, declares that the second season of Obi-Wan Kenobi is out of development, at least for now.
Han Solo vs Darth Vader: Who’s the Better Pilot? After the destruction of the Death Star, two of the most popular characters in the saga faced each other in space, and it can be said that there was a winner.
Are you hungry? Here is the recipe for the cookies seen in The Mandalorian. A candy from the Galactic Empire that you can now make thanks to the recipe.