"I feel like if you rush it, you'll start to get something you don't want and then you start to question why you even liked it", he told BBC Radio 1's Clara Amfo. "London has been very inspirational".
The actor, who is on board to play the young, smooth-talking Lando Calrissian, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter (via Screen Rant) about what it was like to experience that switcheroo on the ground level. "Maybe he saw it from other planets and was like, 'I want to be that, '" Glover recalls, noting that Williams gave him some hilarious, succinct advice in response.
"Ron is such a legend, and he knows exactly what the vision for what he is doing is [but Phil and Chris] hired us, so you sort of feel like, 'I know I'm not your first choice.' And you worry about that", Glover said.
Speaking of that music career, Glover admitted recently that he was preparing to retire the Childish Gambino side of his career after his upcoming farewell album.
"There's nothing worst than like a third sequel, like a third movie and we're like, "again?'" he said". "You know, I like it when something's good and when it comes back there's a reason to come back, there's a reason to do that".
Glover also gives a bit of insight into how weird it is for the cast to be changing directors at this point in the process. "I feel like there's gotta be a reason to do things and I always had a reason to be punk", he said at the time.
After making its premiere late last summer, Donald Glover's Atlanta, and the buzz surrounding it, pretty much took on a life of its own.