Robert Emms ('Chernobyl', 'Dark Matter') Joins Cassian Andor Series Cast

Of the films produced by Disney once Lucasfilm acquired, few have achieved unanimity among fans of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Hence it was not surprising that the House of the Mouse wanted to give it a spin-off in the form of a series, although it did a little that Cassian Andor was chosen to star in it. Headed by Diego Luna, the Serie Andor would explore the years before he joined the Rebel Alliance, and although this character was far from being the most memorable element of Rogue One, There is no doubt that Disney has high expectations in the format.

To begin with, because you want me to Andor give rise to more than one season, in order for the character to meet K-2S0 at some point in the future, the droid played by Alan Tudyk. For now, said actor is not part of the cast, although it is the case of Robert Emms, the new addition to Andor echoed by media such as Deadline. And who is Robert Emms? Well, it may sound like movies like War Horse O Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, but his resume highlights recent television series Chernobyl Y Dark matter, both produced by HBO. As expected, no details about his character are known.

Andor It recently began filming in the United Kingdom, and in addition to Luna and Emms it has in its cast Genevieve O’Reilly returning as Mon Mothma after Revenge of the Sith and own Rogue One. Other featured performers with Stellan Skarsgård, Adria Arjona, Fiona Shaw Y Denise Gough, while behind the cameras we find Toby Haynes as director already Tony Gilroy among the scriptwriters, who at the time was in charge of the media reshoots from Rogue One. Andor has been described as a thriller of espionage and the plan is that its first season of 12 chapters will arrive at Disney + throughout 2022.

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