Disney+ has quite a few Star Wars series’ that are being developed, to go along with the plethora of Marvel shows. One series in particular, Cassian Andor, is starting to kick things off with their production. As of right now, we don’t know much about the series, but some subtle hints have been released.
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Two character breakdowns reveal an origin story for the character, much younger in fact. After all, he did perish at the battle of Scarif. The series are looking for two roles, ‘Mundo’, ‘Cinta’, and an unknown character. Both characters are under the age of 15, so this could mean a flashback to a younger Cassian. However, these names could easily change down the road as production officially begins.
Mundo is a thirteen-year old, Hispanic male. The young teen has a head full of brown hair and big, passionate eyes. Needs to have a wide range from still calm to uncontrolled anger.
Mundo is a nine-year old, Hispanic male. A wild and unruly kid with a head full of brown hair and big, passionate eyes. Also needs to have a wide range from still calm to uncontrolled anger.
Cinta is 5-7 year old Hispanic female. Cinta has a head full of brown hair and big eyes. A wild and unruly kid who, what do you know, needs to have a wide range from still calm to uncontrolled anger.
Nothing else has been revealed but expect production/shooting to kick off sometime this year.
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The Cassian Andor series will see the return of Diego Luna as the titular character and Alan Tudyk as K-2SO. Tony Gillory, who was a co-writer on Rogue One has also joined the production as one of the writers and Stephen Schiff (The Americans) will serve as the series showrunner.
Source: Comic Book Moive
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