Star Wars news seems to be slowing down, but we’ve got an update on the Disney+ Cassian Andor series that will likely hit the streaming service next year.
According to Discussing Film, Luke Hull, production designer for Chernobyl, is set to join the team for the series. He won an Emmy for his work on Chernobyl, so we can expect high-quality work.
The series was supposed to start filming in the UK in June, but with the state of the world, that will likely be held up. Expect an even later release date.
In other streaming news, the Steele Wars Podcast Twitter account posted this cryptic message on April 3rd:
Easter comes this weekend, so keep your eyes on Disney+ for any surprises! Any treat from Star Wars is welcome in these trying times.
Keep your heads up, folks, and stay inside. Make sure to participate in our #QuarantineSpiritWeek – we want to see your photos! Let’s all join together and make this quarantine a little more fun.