LucasFilm CONFIRM timeline for Star Wars’ Cassian Andor Disney+ series and reveal Rogue One’s Genevieve O’Reilly will return as Mon Mothma
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We have good news for Star Wars fans all over! Cassian Andor and Mon Mothma are coming back in the movie Rogue One: A Star Wars prequel series.
It will be specifically telecast on Disney+, having taken over the market in recent times, and will follow the adventure and escapades of Cassian.
Fans have been sent into a frenzy after this particular declaration online. There have been plenty of fan theories about what could possibly happen in the upcoming series.
Is There Any News About Its Return
Cassian Andor is play by Diego Luna. An Intelligence officer with a battle-field first-hand experience, Cassian Andor is a brilliant minimalist who makes the most out of very meagre supply.
Mon Mothma, a political leader from Planet Chandrila, on the other hand, is play by Genevieve O’Reilly.
She had evidently taken a step back from being the political figure for and of the people and the galactic estate looked like it might fall into ruins. Her return would tell us a great deal about what the future holds.
We will also get to see a new star cast, including Denise Gough and Stellan Skarsgard among others.
Directed by Tony Gilroy, the series will have new writers on set showcasing their respective talents in the field of stunning storytelling.
Diego Luna, who plays Andor, and who’s 40 but looks 25, is apparently pretty excited about the series.
The last time we saw him in Star Wars was in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story that released in 2016.
And given how it ended with him dying along with the other Rogue One members, even he is ecstatic for a bang-on entry in the prequel this time.
This prequel series is about all the incidents having taken place before the Rogue One movie.
Luna had been report saying how the movie has toss his life for good.
He is now more focused and liberal in his choices of movies, all in all.
And with this in stock, he cannot wait to jump into the world of action-jamming sequences yet again.
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