It's no secret that the Star Wars Universe is big on keeping secrets. However, it looks like Diego Luna has found the best way to avoid dropping spoilers about his upcoming Cassian Andor series. The Rogue One: A Star Wars Story actor revealed that it's all about making jokes to prevent any serious leaks.
Luna recently spoke to Indiewire where he admitted that he chooses to joke about the highly anticipated Rogue One prequel show to avoid revealing too much.
"I love making jokes about this because I can't really talk. So what I do is, I joke about it, hoping no one takes me seriously…" Luna said. He then opted to make vague descriptions about his work on the series.
"But the thing I can tell you, which I think is a nice challenge, it's a good way to approach a show is… What happens when you already know the ending, you know? Then you have to find everything in how you tell the story. How many layers you can find, you know, like this can't be a show where at the end we surprise you…" Luna added.
Interestingly, Luna pointed out that fans already know how it all ends for Cassian. However, that doesn't mean there isn't an interesting story to tell.
"We already saw the ending. But if you think about it, Rogue One started with the same task. We knew the beginning, the last scene is a scene we all know, so then it just makes another part of your brain work," he concluded.
At this point, we're not sure what to expect from the Rogue One prequel show. On the other hand, we're all already looking forward to seeing Cassian and K-2SO in action next year.
The Cassian Andor series has not yet been given an official release date. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.