Today we share some new Andor set photos. The show is currently being filmed on a massive set in England and that shoot has been plagued by drones spying. You’ve likely already seen some images from the Andor set, though they may have been wrongly tagged for Obi-Wan Kenobi. However the images within the Instagram of Bespin Bulletin are new. Sadly I cannot share them here directly, so you will have to click the link for a peek.
The images show the familiar set but with a large number of performers on set doing some kind of crowd scenes. Some Imperial Vehicles were also spotted, but really we don’t have much of an idea what is going on in these images. Andor is set before the events of Rogue One, and will likely show how Cassian Andor became a Rebel spy. Andor should be set a little after the events of Obi-Wan Kenobi, but we don’t know that for sure. There have been some rumors that McGregor could show up in a cameo within Andor, but those are unconfirmed. Some characters who will be showing up in Andor include Mon Mothma. I also would guess we could see a certain Bail Organa show up also, which could link into Obi-Wan in some way.
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The one character I would love to see more of from Rogue One is Director Krennic played by Ben Mendelsohn. However there has been no indication that Mendelsohn will appear in Andor in any way, sadly. Frankly at this point I would rather see a show called Krennic than I would Andor, but that remains to be seen. I hope, like I do with all Star Wars projects, that I will love Andor. Yet, I cannot deny of all the upcoming Star Wars shows, Andor excites me the least.
There are also rumors that Andor will get a second Season if the first Season goes well. Can this fan still then hope for more Krennic eventually? There’s always hope for a character’s return in Star Wars. What do you think of these latest Andor set photos? What do you hope to get from Andor as a Star Wars fan? Leave anything below in the usual spot.