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“Andor” – Release Date, Trailer, Latest News, Cast, Everything You Need To Know

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Gary O' Driscoll Updated on by

“Andor” is set to show audiences and Star Wars fans worldwide exactly what Cassian meant when he memorably told Jyn Erso in “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story“:

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27/09/2022:

Ahead of the release of Episode 4 of Season 1 tomorrow. Lucasfilm have released three brand new character one sheet posters for Bix (played by Adria Arjona), Syril Karn (played by Kyle Soller), and Maarva (played by Fiona Shaw):

Credit: Official Star Wars Twitter

Credit: Official Star Wars Twitter

Credit: Official Star Wars Twitter

22/09/2022:

In celebration of the release on Disney+ of “Andor”, the show’s official Twitter account has just tweeted out the below message with a short trailer of clips from the series overlain with praise from critics for the first 3 episodes:

Credit: Official “Andor” Twitter

20/09/2022:

In a recent interview with The Wrap, “Andor” showrunner, Tony Gilroy, has confirmed that Part 2/Season 2 of “Andor” is set to begin shooting in November 2022 with a scheduled finish date for shooting of August 2023:

“We start shooting in November on Part 2. And I don’t know if … Our past pattern was two years, but I mean, I’ll be on … We’ll shoot from November to August. And then our post[-production] last time was about a year.”

As this shooting schedule is very similar to the shooting schedule for Part 1/Season 1 of “Andor” which began in November 2020 and finished in August 2021 with a targeted release date of August 2022 that was then pushed back to 21st September 2022.

So, if the next block of shooting follows this same pattern, it seems that we should expect to see Part 2/Season 2 of “Andor” released in either August or September of 2024.


19/09/2022:

“Andor” screened its first three episodes in an early preview screening for members of the US press and the reactions coming out of the preview have been very positive:

"Andor" Review 1
Credit: David Chen Official Twitter

"Andor" Review 2
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"Andor" Review 3
Credit: DrewMcWeeny Official Twitter

"Andor" Review 4
Credit: The Hollywood Handle Official Twitter

"Andor" Review 5
Credit: Richard Nebens Official Twitter

Credit: Steven Weintraub Official Twitter

14/09/2022:

The Official Star Wars Twitter account has just tweeted the below image in celebration of the “Andor” Season 1 premiere being only a week away:

Credit: Official Star Wars Twitter

Trailers and Clips

“Andor” 2nd Official Trailer:

Credit: Official Star Wars YouTube

“Andor” – “Timeline”:

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“Andor” 1st Official Clip – “Steal From the Empire”:

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“Andor” 1st Official Trailer:

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“Andor” 1st Official Teaser Trailer:

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Diego Luna and Genevieve O’Reilly Interview At Star Wars Celebration Anaheim – May 2022:

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When does the series release?

The series is scheduled to air its first three episodes globally on 21st September 2022.

Where can I watch the series?

“Andor” will be available exclusively worldwide on the Disney+ streaming platform.

What is the story of the first season?

Per the official story synopsis for the series:

“The series will explore a new perspective from the Star Wars galaxy, focusing on Cassian Andor’s journey to discover the difference he can make. The series brings forward the tale of the burgeoning rebellion against the Empire and how people and planets became involved. It’s an era filled with danger, deception and intrigue where Cassian will embark on the path that is destined to turn him into a rebel hero.

Who stars in the series?

Diego Luna returns as Cassian Andor

Genevieve O’Reilly returns as Senator Mon Mothma

Alan Tudyk rumoured, and announced when the series was first announced, to be returning as K-2SO

Stellan Skarsgård plays Luthen Rael

Fiona Shaw plays Maarva Andor

Alex Ferns plays Sgt. Kostek

Adria Arjona plays Bix Caleen

Anton Valensi plays Den

Denise Gough plays Dedra Meero

Faye Marsay plays Vel Sartha

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