Diego Luna is ready to say goodbye to ‘Andor’ after two seasons
Diego Luna recently sat down with Variety to discuss the second and final season of the Disney+ series Andor. Luna reflected upon the experience and was grateful to be saying goodbye to the character he originated in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Luna talked about grounding himself in projects when not on set, and explained the mental toll filming can have on actors.
When not on a film or television set, Luna launches himself into the theater, saying, “In a way, it has kept me sane. Theater is a great way to go back and put your feet on the ground and remind you what this is all about.” In between shooting seasons 1 & 2 of Andor, Luna spent two months on stage in Madrid in a one-man monologue.
Luna reflected on his time on the screen recounting his many roles over the years, citing, “If there is something personal for each project, they become like stamps that remind you where you’ve been.” As for the role of Cassian Andor, Luna returned to the role because there was more to the story that needed to be told. Despite his return as Andor, Diego Luna says that ending after two seasons is “bittersweet.”
“It is just a two-season show, which is really important for my mental health. But knowing this is the end, I want to enjoy it and get the best out of this experience.” While he has enjoyed this role, Luna is ready to hang up his blaster and move on to other projects. Season 2 of Andor began filming last fall and will end with 24 episodes available to stream on Disney+. Lucasfilm or Disney has not yet announced a premiere date for the second season.
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