Andor star Diego Luna hoped his daughter would root for the new Star Wars show, unlike the previous Rebel spy film she disliked.
During a recent interview with USA Today, the 42-year-old actor recounted his daughter's reaction to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, where Rebel spy Cassian Andor blew to smithereens, and then-6-year-old Fiona was disturbed by the climax.
"She was really (mad) when we came out of the cinema. My son was telling her, 'But they sacrificed themselves!' And she was like, 'No, I don't like it. That was wrong.'"
However, Disney brings the good news to the father-daughter duo that there's more to Andor's story.
Luna explained his character's uneasiness, "He's not ready, basically," Luna says of Cassian. "You see someone that has potential but is far from being a responsible man."
Diego Luna-starred Andor is open to rave reviews by critics and audiences alike, praising the show's grittier and more grounded approach than the recent series in the franchise.
The movie star and his wife decided to meet up at home, where they talked and were able to work out their differences
The releasing date of the film is not announced yet
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