Andor composer provokes work on the Disney + series

Lucasfilm will wrap them up Obi-Wan Kenobi Limited series tonight after 6 successful weeks and while the reception was mixed, most fans liked what they saw. The studio will launch another series in August with Rogue One Star Wars Story prequel series, Andor. Andor He will focus on Cassian Andor before the events of rogue one He will eventually take the oath before the movie begins. Star Wars is known for signing great composers like John Williams and more recently Ludwig Göransson, so when they added Succession Composer Nicholas Brittle was a bit promising. Hush is a busy man Succession live work the king lion A prequel, but it looks like he’s still working on his score for Andor.

“I am working on it now. [Laughs]’ Brittle said Playlist. “You obviously have the breadth of the John Williams ‘Star Wars’ legacy, and you have what Ludwig Göransson did recently with ‘The Mandalorian.

“I have to be very careful what I say. But I will say, they have given me an incredible amount of freedom. And I think it’s very important to what we do.”AndorIn fact, everyone agrees that it’s so important that she has her own voice, her own vocal world. I can’t say enough about how amazing the experience was. I’m really excited about that too. They were definitely great collaborators. And musically, I’m Yeah, I’m definitely able to make my point to her. I’ll definitely say that. And they’re like, “Don’t say anything else.” I can’t say anything, yeah. But I’m really excited about it coming out. Once it’s posted, I’d like to continue the conversation. And talk about it at length , sure. But at this point, you know, yeah, it’s been great. I’ve been working on it for two years.” Star Wars author added.

The latest Star Wars project to debut is Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+. The series will be the first time Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen have reprized their iconic Star Wars roles since then. Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith. Jedi Honorary McGregor will be facing Christensen’s Darth Vader for what is technically the first time, and in a recent interview with Variety the star apparently thought the encounter was intimidating.

“Yes, I’ve never worked with Darth Vader before because he wasn’t around,” McGregor reveals. “At the end of Episode III we kind of see him spawn, I guess, but I didn’t work with him and I didn’t work with Storm Troopers. We worked with the Clone Troopers, but they were basically not there. These flashbacks of being young… Seeing Darth Vader coming at you is so terrifying. I don’t care who you are! Even if you know it’s Hayden [Christensen] there. You know it’s still pretty scary to see that face come to you.”

Lucasfilm and the streaming service describe the series as follows: “In the era of the Galactic Empire, a former Jedi Master Obi-Wan Kenobi embarks on a crucial mission. Kenobi must confront allies turned into enemies and confront the wrath of the Empire.” The series stars Ewan McGregor, Joel Edgerton, Bonnie Pace, Kumail Nanjiani, Song Kang, Musa Ingram, Indira Varama, O’Shea Jackson Jr., Robert Friend, Simon Kessel and Benny Sadhvi. The first five episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi Streaming exclusively on Disney+.

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