Cassian Andor Is Getting His Own Star Wars Streaming Series

Star Wars Film Rogue One to Get Prequel Series at Disney's Streaming Service; Diego Luna to Reprise Role

Star Wars TV series with Diego Luna as his Rogue One character in the works

While confirming the rumors that a show based around everyone's favorite bad boy Loki were indeed true, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that a show based around Rogue One character Cassian Andor would start production next year.

The Rogue One prequel is the second Star Wars series planned for the service, with Disney also creating The Mandalorian, based on the race of Jedi-fighting warriors best known via Boba Fett.

With that said, it adds a lot more pressure for Netflix to keep their viewers occupied with great content. Disney has huge fanbases with Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar and more that they can tap into.

Beyond that, we've heard about a few other shows in the works which will most likely appear on Disney+. "We have a fantastic adventure ahead of us, and this new exciting format will give us the chance to explore this character more deeply", said Luna.

Disney+ is one of several efforts from the media giant to compete with Netflix and other streaming services in the direct-to-consumer, internet-delivered video market, bypassing traditional distributors that now provide billions of dollars in revenue to the company. Still not a bad haul for a movie, but not almost good enough for a Star Wars movie. Actor Diego Luna is to reprise his role from the movie, as Cassian Andor.

It isn't exactly a Qwikster moment, but when Disney unveiled the name of its forthcoming OTT streaming service on Thursday, it didn't exactly blow anyone's hair back.

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Disney already has a number of original series and movies in production that will skip television and theatrical distribution and go right to the streaming service.

The luxury resort, announced at D23 Expo 2017, will completely immerse guests into an authentic Star Wars story at Walt Disney Resort-and that immersion will start the moment guests arrive!

The family entertainment company also revealed plans for a new "Star Wars" video series for its forthcoming streaming service, that it has named Disney+ and plans to launch late next year.

This is the ideal format for exploring a spy character like Cassian.

Disney has also yet to comment on technical details. Much like the Rogue One movie attempted and (in my opinion) succeeded!

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