Andor season 2: release, casting, trailer, rumors…

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Season 1 of Andor is currently airing, but a sequel is already planned. What do we know about the second season of the Disney+ Star Wars series?

The Adventures of Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) is still ongoing on Disney+, but a second season is already in the studio's plans. Release date, trailer, casting, filming… Find out everything you need to know about the Andor sequel.

Warning, there are some spoilers lying around in this article!

Is Andor Season 2 confirmed?

Season 2 of Andoris confirmed, the series being thought of in two parts from its development. Tony Gilroy, writer on Rogue One and creator of the series, claimed that there would be two seasons to tell the story of Cassian Andor until the events of Rogue One.

What will Andor Season 2 be about?

In an interview for Total Film in September 2022, screenwriter Tony Gilroy was very explicit about the construction of this two-part series, and the sequence of season 2:< /p>

“Cassian Andor, at the end of the twelve episodes, has finally had some kind of education. It takes him a long time to commit to the Rebellion, but he's kind of there. And so in the second part we can explore a lot of different things, and then time becomes our friend.

We're going to do three episodes and a year jump, and three episodes and a jump – we're going to do four years in twelve episodes. And I don't know, maybe someone had the chance to do it before. I have no comparison. But from a storytelling perspective, it's like being allowed to paint with a new color or something. It really is a cool storytelling opportunity after a long time of storytelling. I've never had the chance to do this before.”

Season 2 of Andor will therefore be s 'spread over time by doing the story of four years of war against the Empire in twelve episodes. This season 2 will have to show us a Cassian Andor devoted to the rebel cause, but also disillusioned about this war, as he is in Rogue One.

What do we know about the cast?

It seems like a no-brainer, but let's make it clear anyway, Diego Luna will be back in Season 2 of Andorsince he is the main actor. We should also see Genevieve O'Reilly who plays Mon Mothma, the leader of the future Rebellion, a character who has been in the saga since Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi. Also set to return is Forest Whitaker, who takes up much of Rogue One as Saw Gerrera, the leader of a violent Rebel faction. It is also very likely that the droid K2-SO (voiced by Alan Tudyk) from Rogue Onelive his first adventures with Cassian in the sequel to Andor.

Characters from season 1 should continue in the next one, unless they pass away during the next episodes. So Cassian's mentor Luthen Rael (Stellan Skarsgård) could be back. We can also count on Adria Arjona, the actress of the Bix mechanic to continue in season 2. On the Empire side, it also depends on the fate of the protagonists by the end of the season >. But we hope to see Kyle Soller again, who plays the assistant inspector forced to return to his mother after his disastrous altercation against Cassian and Luthen. Denise Gough plays an Imperial officer eager to climb the ranks of the Empire and who we would like to see more of.

For Total Film, Tony Gilroy has confirmed that many new characters will be in season 2, as well as many discovered in season 1:

” What's cool is that we're going to introduce some new characters in the second half, but there's like 25-30 characters that we're bringing back from one to the other, you already know them, you already know some a lot about them.”

Where is the filming of the series?

Tony Gilroy, Andor showrunner, confirmed to The Wrap on September 19, 2022 that filming will begin in the coming months:

“We begin filming for Part 2 in November .”

Where can we see the trailer?

There is currently no trailer for season 2 of Andor, it will be added in this article as soon as it is released .

When will season 2 be released?

Don't expect the sequel to Andor to arrive anytime soon, as screenwriter Tony Gilroy told The Wrap that it takes about two years, in 2024, before it arrives on Disney+:

“I still have two years left. [… ] And I don't know if… Our previous schedule was two years, but I mean, we shoot from November to August. And then our post-production last time was about a year.”

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