"Cassian has a lot to learn in the Andor series"

“Cassian has a lot to learn in the Andor series”

The protagonist reveals the differences in his character with the second season of Andor

We all have a great aftertaste after the first season of ‘ ‘Andor‘. A series that grew in quality and interest as the episodes passed. Also in the same way his followers believed exponentially. The spectators have been grateful for the proposal of Star wars led by Diego Lunawhich is very much involved in this production of Disney+.

At this point, and with the second season being filmed right now in the studios on the outskirts of London, many of us are wondering what new experiences its main character will live. Viewers, myself included, want to see how Cassian’s journey of personal maturity continues, and especially after his decision in the Season 1 finale.

Cassian must learn to work as a team and trust others

Diego Luna knows that fans are eager to learn more details about his character in the second season, and in a recent interview with the media Colliderhave revealed what the differences between their characters will be from one season to another.


“I think what happens to him after he gets out of prison and in the subsequent episodes is that he really understands what he’s fighting against. He understands the need for a revolution because he already knows , what oppression means, the lack of freedom and how unfair the world he lives in is. But he still has a lot to learn about how to work as a team.”

“The responsibility he takes on at the beginning of Rogue One is huge. Imagine what has to happen for someone to say they’re the right person to carry it out. Cassian will be the person we want to entrust this to. He has to discover many things and undergo a great transformation. It is very far from that. The one from episode 12 that is far from this, but the flame is there. There is an awakening and it has happened. Now we have to witness the four years of this man’s life.”

Fans of this galactic saga are eagerly awaiting the second season of this unusual anti-hero from a galaxy far, far away.

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