Star Wars" Rebels Aren"t Always The Good Guys: Andor Showrunner On The Darker Side Of The Rebellion

Andor showrunner Tony Gilroy has openly discussed the moral complexities of the Rebel Alliance. When George Lucas originally created Star Wars back in 1977, it was pretty obvious who were the heroes and who were the villains. Since then, though, Star Wars has gone to great lengths to add a greater degree of moral complexity to the franchise. This peaked in the Andor Disney+ TV show, created by Tony Gilroy, which showed the nascent Rebel Alliance.
Speaking on the Dagobah Dispatch podcast, Gilroy has openly noted the moral complexity of this particular time period.
"If your business is based on paranoia and secrecy and death, how do you expand your business? How do you go public? How do you go wide? The Rebel Alliance that emerges on Yavin, it's almost like the Christian Democrats: It's a consolidated compromise group. But what happens to all the original gangsters and the hardcore people who built that road? What happens to them, and how do they integrate with that?"

It's a fascinating question, pointing to an aspect of the Rebel Alliance not represented by the likes of Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa. It also builds organically out of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, which (re-)introduced viewers to Star Wars' Saw Gerrera, positioned as a brutal warrior during the early days of the Rebel Alliance.


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