Star Wars: Andor, one of the new series that will be released soon in Disney+ as part of the universe Star Wars, has concluded its main shoot. So they have announced through social networks his own Diego Luna, protagonist of the series, or part of team What Andy Lowe, concluding his work in Pinewood Studios, place where the main photograph of the series has been recorded.
Star Wars: Andor affected by COVID
Thus, Star Wars: Andor began filming at end of 2020 and it’s not officially over until now. A filming that has been delayed for a long time due to several stoppages as a result of the global pandemic of the coronavirus. Be that as it may, Star Wars: Andor is a series for which Disney + will bet very strongly along with others such as Obi Wan Kenobi or the next seasons of The Mandalorian.
Of course, at the moment details of the plot are unknown, beyond that it will be the prequel to the film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, one of the spin off that came to the cinema in recent years between Episodes of the last trilogy. The series will explore the life of Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) before joining the Resistance and according to Disney, the story has potential for more seasons.
It is expected that 12 episodes Star Wars: Andor arrive sometime in 2022 exclusively to Disney +, on a specific date yet to be announced. We recently enjoyed the first trailer of Star Wars: Visions, one of the new Disney + animated series, this time, with a clear anime aesthetic. The next Star Wars for Disney + will be The Book of Boba Fett, spin off of The Mandalorian focused on the figure of the famous galactic bounty hunter.
Source | Bespin Bulletin