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Andor Employer Teases When K-2SO May Launching in the Star Wars Series

Andor showrunner Tony Gilroy mean when fans can anticipate to see Alan Tudyk’s previous Imperial enforcer android K-2SO in the upcoming Star Wars series.

Andor showrunner Tony Gilroy just recently offered fans an upgrade relating to K-2SO’s participation in the upcoming Star Wars Disney+ series.

Gilroy validated that star Alan Tudyk isn’t presently signed on to voice the reprogrammed Imperial enforcer android in Andor, throughout an interview with Vanity Fair. “We don’t have Alan Tudyk,” he stated. “Not yet, anyway.” K-2SO initially appeared in 2016’s Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and rapidly turned into one of the spinoff’s breakout characters. While K-2SO was ruined towards completion of Rogue One, Andor is set at an earlier point in the Star Wars timeline, leaving the door open for the ironical android’s return.

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Gilroy formerly opened about Andor‘s story, consisting of the occasions that will lead protagonist Cassian Andor to sign up with the Disobedience. “His adopted home will become the base of our whole first season, and we watch that place become radicalized,” he stated. “Then we see another planet that’s completely taken apart in a colonial kind of way. The Empire is expanding rapidly. They’re wiping out anybody who’s in their way.”

The showrunner likewise assured that Andor will challenge fans’ understanding of Star Wars canon. “There are certain people, characters that are legacy characters, that the audience, the passionate audience, really feels that they have an understanding of and know. In some cases, they’re right. And in some cases, what we’re saying is, ‘What you know, what you’ve been told, what’s on Wookieepedia, what you’ve been telling each other… is really all wrong,” he stated.

Unsurprisingly then, Andor stays the topic of extreme secrecy. Cassian Andor himself Diego Luna just recently remembered taking a call from Gilroy in a Mexico City taxi trip, throughout which he turned to “speaking in code words because I was trying not to say too much in the car.” Luna even more exposed that he’s stayed tight-lipped about Andor‘s plot and character information around anybody outside the production, even his own kids.

One such information might consist of the existence of the Emperor’s Royal Guard in Andor. These elite bodyguards are reported to appear in the Disney+ series throughout a scene set at the Imperial Senate. The Emperor’s Royal Guard debuted in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi and was later on seen in Star Wars: Attack of the Clones, Star Wars: Vengeance of the Sith and Rogue One. The red-clad warriors likewise include in a number of episodes of Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels. In spite of their repeating function in the legend, members of the Emperor’s Royal Guard are still not formally validated to appear in Andor, nevertheless.

Andor gets here on Disney+ in Summer 2022.

Source: Vanity Fair


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