Walt Disney has revealed that its planned television streaming service is going to be called Disney+ and confirmed that it would be showing television shows spun off from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Luna said in a statement that the format would be a chance to "explore this character more deeply". The streaming service will furthermore include library content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and National Geographic. The prequel will take place in the early years of the Rebellion.More news: Historic filming location for HBO's Westworld burns down in Cali wildfire
Disney is hoping to compete with services like Netflix and Hulu with Disney+.
Disney said past year that it plans to launch its own streaming service in 2019 and would pull its first-run movies from Netflix to put them on a Disney-branded service. They also plan to revive some classic franchises like Three Men and a Baby, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, Father of the Bride, Peter Pan, The Parent Trap, The Sword in the Stone and more. He said the service will be "very elegant and very brand-centric, and add navigational features that don't exist on other platforms", noting that he had recently visited the company's BamTech subsidiary, which is developing Disney+'s technology, and found it "impressive". Andor was one of the best parts of Rogue One, his relationship with K-2SO obviously had a lot more to it, and Luna's performance seemed to just scratch the surface of Cassian's past.More news: Giroud breaks goal duck in Chelsea win against BATE Borisov
This won't be the first time the actor has reprised this particular role. We don't know who else is gonna be in it, when it'll premiere, or who's gonna be writing or directing it.
A release date for the upcoming TV show surrounding Andor has yet to be revealed, but if we had to guess it should come sometime in the coming year. It will also be a hub for animated content, including the next season of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars" and an new original animated series based on Pixar's "Monsters Inc". Do you think it's a good idea or do you think there are too many streaming services already?More news: Bill Nelson's lawyers are now challenging Florida's election signature law