Disney+ dropped on social media the Andor trailer. Consequently, we’re doing the Andor teaser trailer breakdown. Firstly, Andor is an upcoming science-fiction series that chronicles the life of Cassian Andor five years before Rogue One takes place. It will star Diego Luna and Stellan Skarsgard.
The teaser trailer features a lot of information and cutscenes that we saw over and over to explain to you. That way, after you watch the trailer and read our post, you will know everything there’s to know about the upcoming Disney+ series. Now without further ado, let’s begin covering this interesting topic.
What Is Andor About?
Cassian Andor is an intelligence officer serving the Rebel Alliance in the fight against the Galactic Empire. We know this from his trajectory and work in Rogue One, where he and others steal the plans to the Death Star. Furthermore, the series will focus on Andor’s life five years before the events of Rogue One.
Andor Teaser Trailer Breakdown
The trailer begins with a man walking up a staircase atop a tower where he starts banging on a huge metal drum, signaling the events of an incoming looming menace. After that, cue in a piece of thrilling music. And we’re taking to the jungle, where a group of children, men, and women at the bank of a river take notice of something we can’t see as they look up at the sky.
The trailer smash cuts to a salvage yard where an orange droid calmly moves among pieces of scrap and then to an impeccable white laboratory where some workers suddenly stop their activities from looking at something in awe as the tension from the background music intensifies. Then, groups of rebels in the mountains and in deserts scramble to hide weapons and ring alarm bells. With each strike of the bell, we see the stormtroopers walking all over different parts of the galaxy. Empire officers bang on doors, conduct raids, and ask questions. The menace of the Galactic Empire’s iron fist looms in.
Then we see Cassian Andor hiding from the stormtroopers as the superior echelons of the Galactic Empire converse in a meeting room. There’s a chase, and all over the corners of the galaxy, the power of the Empire and the resistance of the Rebel Alliance starts to gather against the oppressive forces of tyranny. Then, the music goes into a climax showing the title screen of the show.
Andor Release Date
Andor will release on August 31, 2022, on Disney+ globally. The debut season will consist of twelve episodes. Furthermore, Disney+ greenlit the show for two seasons. Also, the show was developed by Tony Gilroy and executive produced by Diego Luna —also starring— Kathleen Kennedy, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy and Tony Gilroy.
The cast stars Diego Luna as Cassian Andor, Stellan Skarsgard —from Marvel’s Thor— in an unnamed role, Adria Arjona, Emerald City actress Adria Arjona, and Fiona Shaw —from the Harry Potter movies. Denise Gough —she voices Yennefer in The Witcher 3 videogame— Kyle Soller, and Genevieve O’Reilly in unnamed roles yet. Rounding up the cast, we also have Academy Award-winner Forest Whitaker, Robert Emms, Anton Lesser, and David Hayman.
How Much Does Disney+ Cost?
Disney+ has several payment options depending on your budget, which makes it very accessible. Because of what it offers, it is a great option for family entertainment because it gives you ad-free unlimited access to every single Disney, National Geographic, The Simpsons, Marvel, and Star Wars production ever made. Firstly, Disney+ as a standalone platform will cost you US$ 7.99 monthly or US$ 79.99 a year.
The most popular Disney+ bundle includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for $13.99 per month with ads. This package includes Disney+ (that’s $7.99/month), ad-supported Hulu (that’s $5.99/month), and ESPN+ (that’s $5.99/month), saving you a total of $5.98 per month. If you don’t like ads, you can get an ad-free plan for $19.99 per month. With this information, we are concluding our scoop on Star Wars today. Thanks for your attention. If you liked this piece, please share it with your contacts on social media using the hashtag #Andor. Happy streaming, and may the force be with you!