New Star Wars Disney+ Show Andor Has Begun Filming, Get A Behind The Scenes Look

Rogue One's Cassian Andor is returning for his own Disney+ streaming show, in production now.

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Disney Investor Day continues with even more news. Star Wars head honcho Kathleen Kenedy took to the digital stage during the call to announce that Disney+'s mysterious Cassian Andor show is officially filming--and has a name: Andor.

The show, announced back in 2018, features the return of Diego Luna to reprise his role as the resistance spy of Rogue One. Filming has only recently begun in London, according to Kenedy, but a sizzle reel featuring tons of behind-the-scenes sneak-peeks was played for fans and investors alike.

Take a look.

Andor is set to begin streaming on Disney+ in 2020 and will be a prequel to the events of Rogue One. It will be joined by a stable of new Star Wars content, including the third season of The Mandalorian, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and the newly announced Ashoka and Star Wars: Rangers of the New Republic. Both Ashoka and Rangers of the New Republic will be set in the same timeline as The Mandalorian and feature a crossover.

Tragically, the cast of Rogue One all perished at the end of their film, so a crossover event is unlikely for Andor.

Andor will premiere on Disney+ in 2022.

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