Production of the new Star Wars series "Andor" has started. According to insiders, we can look forward to at least two very interesting guest appearances.
Attention! Here are potential spoilers!
With the series Star Wars: Andor we get to see the prehistory of the movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. We see what Cassian Andor went through before meeting Jyn Erso. According to insiders, Obi-Wan Kenobi will appear in the series. And not just in a small guest appearance, but in a slightly larger role. How extensive the part is is not clear. However, it makes sense that the Jedi Master was in contact with the rebellion. After all, he had good relations with Bail Organa, who was one of the founders of the Rebel Alliance.
But Obi-Wan will apparently not be the only one in Star Wars: Andor who works with a lightsaber. Allegedly Ahsoka Tano is said to also appear. She was also part of the Rebellion and worked under the guise of "Fulcrum" as a spy, as we saw in the cartoon series Star Wars: Rebels. Even with Ahsoka, it is not clear how extensive her part in the series should be.
Both pieces of information come from actually quite reliable sources. The details of Obi-Wan Kenobi's appearance come from the insider, who was often right in the past, especially with leaks around Marvel. The information regarding Ahsoka Tano, on the other hand, comes from Kessel Run Transmissions, which leaked the Star Wars: The Bad Batch series before the official announcement.
So there could well be something to the details. However, nothing has been confirmed in this regard, which is why there are still rumors. Should it be true, Disney would certainly want to save this surprise for the fans.
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