‘Andor’ trailer shows return of ‘Star Wars’ hero

Rebellion can be streamed on TV, but never speeds up, so the first season of the upcoming Disney+ series “Andor” will begin weeks after its original release date.

Arriving on September 21 with a three-episode premiere, the series “Rogue One” starring Diego Luna as Cassian Andor also has a new trailer, stirring up a lot of excitement and some familiar faces during the early days of the Rebel Alliance.

Set in the long period of time between the fall of the Republic and Rogue One, Andor has a clear path forward with an arrangement of two 12-episode seasons, which will link directly to the 2016 film co-written by Tony Gilroy, who will return as creator and showrunner for the series.

The visually captured trailer released on Monday puts Luna at the center of a thrilling spy thriller as the Empire tightens its grip on the galaxy.

“They are so proud of themselves. They are so fat and content,” he said in the two-minute clip amid flashes of his childhood. “They can’t imagine someone like me would ever walk into their house.”

Naturally, the rebel leader gets help from a few friends, including returning “Star Wars” heroes Sue Guerrera (Forrest Whitaker) and Republican Senator Moon Muthma (Geneva O’Reilly), who, as we know, will eventually help bring the Empire to its knees.

Stellan Skarsgård, Adria Arjona, Denise Gough, Kyle Soller and Fiona Shaw all play new characters in the series, which is shot mostly on location and with hands-on effects, unlike recent Star Wars shows, including “Obi-Wan Kenobi” and “The Mandalorian”.

“I love the whole world,” Luna said on Good Morning America on Monday after the trailer was revealed, on Variety. “Suddenly I’m a kid on the set, because everything is real, everything is there. We don’t work with green screens — things are built. Props work. They make noise.”

As for his character’s journey, the actor quipped that we catch up with the titular spy when he’s “an ordinary guy who must suddenly become a part of something bigger.”

“He is absolutely unique, because we know what he is capable of, but we will meet him when he does not know he is capable. We will meet him when life is difficult.” All able to. There are no Geds around – people have to take control.”

Watch the new trailer for “Andor” below.

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