Andor is about to flip Star Wars storytelling on its head.
The Rogue One prequel sequence starring Diego Luna, premiering August 31 on Disney+, is ready for sufficient time leaping to make even essentially the most seasoned stormtrooper dizzy.
In accordance with Empire, the primary and already-confirmed second seasons of Andor will span a complete of 5 years—the primary of which will likely be depicted in the course of the present’s first season, whereas the second season will cowl the opposite 4. Every season comprises 12 episodes.
Andor creator and showrunner Tony Gilroy mentioned it was fairly the feat of construction and planning.
“The size of the present is so big,” Gilroy mentioned. “Administrators work in blocks of three episodes, so we did 4 blocks [in season one] of three episodes every.”
Gilroy mentioned the method of filming the primary season gave them attention-grabbing concepts about season two.
“We regarded and mentioned, ‘Wow, it might be actually attention-grabbing if we come again, and we use every block to symbolize a yr. We’ll transfer a yr nearer with every block’,” he mentioned. “From a story standpoint, it is actually thrilling to have the ability to work on one thing the place you do a Friday, Saturday and Sunday, after which soar a yr.”
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