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Star Wars: Diego Luna calls Andor’s story ‘the journey of a migrant’

On the surface, Cassian Andor may seem like a character who doesn’t “need” more of his backstory told. But we have plenty of conversations in the Star Wars fandom about the need for representation — which, in terms of the big picture, simply means everyone should get the chance to see their very real stories play out on-screen. It looks like this may be happening with Disney+’s Andor series, which will focus heavily on the journey of a refugee.
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Diego Luna reveals details about his journey in the new Star Wars show Andor

This week, Vanity Fair published an enormous behind-the-scenes exposé on Lucasfilms’ slate of upcoming Star Wars television shows for Disney+. We got confirmations of the release windows for Andor, Ahsoka, and The Mandalorian season 3, as well as plenty of interesting tidbits about Obi-Wan Kenobi, the upcoming limited series which will see Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen reprise their roles as Obi-Wan and Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader from the prequel trilogy.
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Recommendation Machine: ‘The Envoys’ Puts a Fresh Spin on an Already Great ‘Evil’ Formula

Welcome to Recommendation Machine, your daily IndieWire destination for TV suggestions of what to watch. Each weekday, we’ll offer up a series we think should be on your viewing radar. Though most of the shows included here are recent offerings from networks and streaming services, this will also be a place to take a look at different chapters in TV history readily available for anyone looking to immerse themselves in an ever-expanding medium. As everyone with even a passing connection to TV will have happily told you for the better part of the last decade, there are too many shows. They’ll...
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Diego Luna, Sebastian Velasquez back with Locomotive for 2022 season

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – El Paso Locomotive FC club officials announced Tuesday that Midfielders Diego Luna and Sebastian Velasquez will return as part of their core roster for the 2022 USL Championship season. The teen sensation, Luna joins for his second professional year after having a remarkable breakout rookie year in the 2021 season. […]
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Diego Luna Will Play Tonight, but Locos Star Added to USMNT U-20

As El Paso Locomotive FC prepares for its Western Conference Quarterfinals match tonight against the Oakland Roots SC, it could be the last time this season that one of their best players takes the pitch at Southwest University Park. Midfielder Diego Luna was named to the roster of the U.S. Men's U-20 National Team and he will report to the club on Sunday, November 7th.
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Locomotive FC midfielder Diego Luna called up to U.S. men’s U-20 national team

EL PASO, Texas – El Paso Locomotive FC Midfielder Diego Luna has been called to represent club and country as part of the U.S. Men’s U-20 National Team roster, the club announced today alongside U.S. Soccer. Luna will be available for tonight’s Western Conference Quarterfinal playoff match against Oakland Roots SC at Southwest University Park before joining the U.S. Men’s U-20 […]
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Diego Luna Directs a Crumbling Marriage in Netflix Series ‘Everything Will Be Fine’

[This post originally appeared as part of Recommendation Machine, IndieWire’s daily TV picks feature.] Where to Watch “Everything Will Be Fine (Todo va a estar bien)”: Netflix As tends to be the case in stories where families are on the verge of disintegrating, “Everything Will Be Fine” has plenty of instances where its characters are sure they’re making a quality decision, when that turns out not to be true. There are also plenty of moments where, for the show overall, that dynamic is flipped — tracking a small family and a marriage on the verge of collapse, “Everything Will Be Fine” takes...
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Diego Luna On Tackling Universal Issues From A Mexican Perspective With ‘Pan Y Circo’: “The Solution Is Around Us”

Diego Luna returns with more episodes of Amazon Prime Video’s Pan Y Circo, a two-time Emmy Award-winning series that sees the actor share a meal with strangers to discuss various topics that are critical to the world at large from a Mexican perspective. Due to the pandemic (and not because of his busy schedule working on Star Wars: Andor), the show has had to evolve in a multitude of ways. Mainly, instead of a Season 2, the series will drop four specials: “Access to Healthcare” (available to stream now), “Crisis in Democracy” (November 26), and early 2022 will see Luna travel...
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‘Andor’: Diego Luna Teases “Familiar Faces” Showing Up In His ‘Star Wars’ Series

Lucasfilm sure does love its cameos, right? Especially in the Disney era of the “Star Wars” franchise, it’s pretty common to see fan-favorite characters show up in films and TV series just to get that momentary squee reaction from viewers. Well, you’d probably be shocked to know that is likely going to continue with the upcoming “Andor” Disney+ series.
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‘Andor’: Diego Luna Teases “Familiar Faces” Will Show Up In The ‘Rogue One’ Spinoff Series

Ever since Disney acquired Lucasfilm they have begun using the Marvel method to create a Star Wars cinematic universe. And that means lots of cross-pollination of characters, think Luke Skywalker popping up in The Mandalorian or Darth Maul in Solo. And that trend isn’t likely to change any time soon, as Diego Luna says there will be some cameos in his upcoming Andor series on Disney+.
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Diego Luna Says 'Andor' Has Finished Filming, Expect "Familiar Faces"

Diego Luna revealed that Star Wars: Andor has wrapped up filming. Luna isn't just starring in the 12-episode series; he's also acting as an Executive Producer. Most exciting of all, he also told Deadline that "You'll definitely see some familiar faces" in the upcoming prequel. But he was sparse with the details, especially since he doesn't want to "ruin the ending" for audiences.
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