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Cassian Andor Series Filming This Year

The Cassian Andor series is finally seeing some progress, according to Diego Luna. Filming will take place this year.

“We are doing it this year. It’s happening, and I’m getting ready for it,” Luna told ET. The series was meant to film in 2019, but got delayed for unknown reasons. 

The series will follow Cassian and K-2SO, our favorite snarky droid, in their adventures before Rogue One. Luna expressed excitement about reprising his character, and approaching his story from a different angle. “You know the ending, but you don’t know how [Rogue One] happened, and we have that challenge in front of us again, which is exciting.”

With shooting happening later this year, the series probably won’t show up on Disney+ until next year, but that’s okay. We’ll have the new Clone Wars season and Mandalorian’s second season to hold us over.

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Jamie Binegar
"You cannot stop change any more than you can stop the suns from setting.” — Shmi Skywalker

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