Dennis Gough elaborates that his character, supervillain Daedra Meiro, in the upcoming Star Wars series, internal management andSurrounded by “incompetent men” she describes as “lazy, hooked, corner-cutting boys”.
Gough spoke to ScreenRant with Kyle Soler, who plays Cyril Karn, telling the series outlet, “Daedra, when we meet her she’s working for the ISB and it took her a lot to do that. Proud, but surrounded by what she thinks are mostly unqualified men. Well, not all men really. And it seems that what she can see is missing.”
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Gough continued, “I think as for Daedra, she is overly ambitious. So I don’t think you would have ever imagined if Daedra would have used her powers for good. I don’t think she would go that way.” Was going to go down sometime.”
“She wants to be part of the most powerful organization in the world and so the way to do that is to prove herself by doing something that no one else is doing and that’s catching Cassian Endor. Or at least everyone Putting something together so that it can make the ISB really aware of this person,” he added.
Gough then returned to comment on the men her character is surrounded by, “She’s surrounded by lazy, jumbled, corner-cutting guys. And she doesn’t like it. So she’s someone for everyone.” Also going to climb the ranks at a cost.”
He continued, “I also think what I love is that what’s really paradoxical about Daedra is that having a woman in this part of the world is nothing new. So you And I know that for a lot of women who watch it, they’ll be like, ‘Oh my god! Go sister! You’re doing great.’ Then you have to remember, ‘Oh! He’s a fascist.'”
Gough concluded, “So you aside, you want a woman to be successful in a man’s world, but it’s not like it’s the wrong world. We don’t want that. Make her feel a little uncomfortable in your alliances with you.” should.”
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In internal management and In a production brief provided by Lucasfilm, the company describes Gough’s character as “an ambitious supervillain with the Imperial Security Bureau (ISB) who is on the hunt for Cassian Endor and will stop at nothing to achieve his goal.” “
Tony Gilroy, the show’s creator, says, “He’s a true, true believer, he’s a really staunch advocate for the ISB; he’s relentless. He’s driven. He has a deep insight into what the rebellion might be thinking and What they can do next is anticipating their behavior.”
Toby Haynes, the show’s director for the first three episodes as well as episodes eight, nine, and ten, added, “ISB is from worst to worst. They have their spies everywhere, and they’re listening to everyone and putting all the pieces together.” Keeping together. Daedra is struggling to play a vital role through this male-dominated organization. She’s brutal, she’s very intelligent and she doesn’t compromise.”
Gough reiterated her comments to ScreenRant, “She would do anything for the cause and a lot of the time, she’s feeling like a lot of her colleagues, she’s just too mediocre… to me, though she On the villainous side, she’s also evangelist in her belief in the Empire, and, as with all great villains, she has an absolute belief that what she’s doing is right, no matter what she does—and that’s something serious. does reprehensible things.”
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Gough made it clear that the show would also address gender politics in a previous interview with Total Film, and even added that it was “really relevant” to the show.
She told the outlet, “As a woman, in that world, for her to move in any way, she has to be 10 times better than anyone else in that room. And it’s really for everything. Felt relevant, which we are going through now.”
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