Cast, filming updates, and everything we know so far

of all the Star Wars programs that came out on Disney+ in 2022, the biggest surprise was none other than Andor. This series follows Cassian Andor (diego luna) before the facts of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story as he transitions from someone who just wants to stay out of trouble to a full-fledged member of the Rebel Alliance. Many critics have praised Andor for being the most mature and thematically rich Star Wars show to date. Fortunately, Disney renewed Andor for a second and final season before the release of the first season. So we’ve put together a handy, easy-to-read guide that will tell you everything we know so far about Andor Season 2.

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When and where will Andor be released?

It is a fact that the second season of Andor will premiere on Disney+ but What its premiere is still up in the air. The first three episodes of season 1 were released on the same day before each new episode was released each week, so season 2 could follow the same release strategy. Of course, Disney+ could simply release a new episode of Andor per week, but we’ll have to wait and see. As for when season 2 will premiere, Disney hasn’t given a release date yet, but the show will likely return in 2024 for reasons we’ll get to later. We will update this page when more information about the release date comes out.

Is there a trailer for Andor season 2?

Disney has yet to release a trailer for Andor Season 2, but we’ll update this page once a trailer is released.

How many episodes are in Andor season 2?

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Like the first season, Andor Season 2 will consist of twelve episodes. The first season had episode lengths that ranged from 38 minutes to 57 minutes, and season 2 is likely to follow suit.

Who is making Andor season 2?

tony gilroy serves as writer, showrunner and executive producer on this new season of Andor. Gilroy is best known for writing Michael Claytonthe first four Bourne films, and rogue one. Dan Gilroy Y beau willimon also rewrite season 2 along with adding tom bissel (The Mosquito Coast). The full list of executive producers has yet to be confirmed. Still, all the other executive producers of the first season, including kathleen kennedy, michelle rejwanDiego Luna and Sanne Wohlenberg Most likely, he will return for the second season.

As for the directors, season 2 will feature an entirely new lineup consisting of Ariel Kleiman (yellow jackets), Jan Metz (true detective), Y Alonso Ruizpalacios (outer range). Kleiman will direct the first three and final three episodes of the season, while Metz and Ruizpalacios will each direct three episodes of their own.

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Who is in the cast of Andor season 2?

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In addition to Diego Luna as Cassian Andor, Stellan Skarsgard he will also return as rebel leader Luthen Rael in season 2 of Andor. No other season 1 actors have yet been confirmed for season 2, but those likely to return include Kyle Soller as civil servant Syril Karn, adria arjona as Cassian’s friend, Bix Caleen, Genevieve O’Reilly as Imperial Senator and secret rebel leader Mon Mothma, Denise Gough as Imperial Security Bureau (ISB) supervisor, Deedra Meero, Faye Marsai as rogue agent Vel Sartha, stranded sethu like Vel’s friend Cinta Kaz, Isabel Dulau as Luthen’s assistant Kleya Marki, Duncan Pow like Cassian’s other friend, Ruescott Melshi, Whitaker Forest as an insurgent militant Saw Gerrera, and ben chapman as the voice of Cassian’s rescue assistance droid, B2EMO.

an actor from rogue one that did not appear in the first season of Andor but it could still appear in the second is alan tudyk as the reprogrammed Imperial droid K-2S0. Tudyk confirmed in 2021 that he would not appear in season 1, but was told by Tony Gilroy that his character will appear “later” in the series.

When and where is Andor season 2 filming?

Andor Season 2 began filming in London on November 21, 2022, with filming expected to wrap up sometime in August 2023. Season 1 marks one of the few times that a live-action film Star Wars The show was mostly filmed in real locations and hands-on sets rather than filming on Volume’s soundstage, so Season 2 will likely follow suit. Click here for more information on the extensive production schedule for Season 2.

What is Andor Season 2 about?

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While there is currently no official plot synopsis for Andor In Season 2, it will most likely follow Cassian as he continues to become a key member of the Rebel Alliance, while the individual cells that make up this alliance work more together. Although the first season of Andor takes place in 5 BBY (five years before the Battle of Yavin) and over the course of a year, Tony Gilroy explained that season 2 is made up of three-episode arcs known as “blocks” with each block taking place during one year. (four years in total) and the last one leads to the events of rogue one. This is what writer Beau Willimon had to say about this structure:

“Season 2 covers four years in the same amount of time that we covered one. So there’s an acceleration. So you have all this knowledge of the characters, the world and the momentum. And Tony always had a long-game picture of how we got there. to the fifth year in terms of the Cassian Andor story, but now you’re dealing with this new challenge in a wonderful way of this acceleration of the story and of the evolution in time, which I think is really exciting. What we could probably say about Season 2.”

Gilroy also confirmed that Yavin 4 will be one of the locations in Season 2. He didn’t say how the planet will factor into this new season, but many Star Wars fans will know Yavin as the base of operations for the Rebel Alliance in Episode IV: A New Hope. Yavin 4 also made an appearance in rogue one. Since Cassian was seen on Yavin in the latter, maybe that’s a place where Andor Season 2 where you will accept missions as the Rebellion becomes more unified.

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