Andor’s Diego Luna Shares Tips On How To Act Opposite A Droid In Star Wars

If you look at all this Star Wars movies in order, you will learn that the bond between a Star Wars actor and their droid is special. We even went that far Rank all Star Wars droids, from best to worst. This chemistry goes back to Luke Skywalker and R2-D2 in the original Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope. Without this brave sidekick, Luke might not have survived the dogfight at the end of the film long enough to film the shot that blew up the Death Star. But those relationships have expanded over the years and include Rey (Daisy Ridley) and BB-8, IG-11 and The Mandalorian, and Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) with K-2SO the successful prequel, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

Now that he’s about to return to the character Cassian in the Disney+ series Andor, Diego Luna will form a relationship with another important droid called B2EMO… which also sounds like the name of a band that will be playing next summer’s Warped Tour. So if we have a few minutes Talk to Luna and the Andor to water, I asked the Star Wars veteran if he had any tips for actors who need to interact with droids on screen. How can you be persuasive? Luna said to CinemaBlend:

This droid made it so easy! And I have to tell you that the work behind the droid is amazing. It’s not one or two people. It’s a whole team. From the moment they decided how expressive it was, I saw the process. I saw the drawings. Then I saw the first models. Then I saw the thing move. And then I saw the whole team bring this thing to life. Because it’s not just a voice. Two people work. And how many people it took to build that I don’t know. But it’s a whole team. And B2 just follows you everywhere and it’s there, it’s real. It’s actually very easy to interact with these droids because they exist! they are with you And they’re not as demanding as other actors, you know? You can just do one take at a time.

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