Andor skips the Star Wars techniques used by other shows like Obi-Wan Kenobi and The Mandalorian

Andor skips the Star Wars techniques used by other shows like Obi-Wan Kenobi and The Mandalorian ...

Andor, like The Mandalorian and Obi-Wan Kenobi, did not use the wonders of The Volume in his Rogue One: A Star Wars Story prequel series.

The Volume (also known as Stagecraft) is a state-of-the-art technology that involves a massive wraparound video wall that projects ultra-high-definition virtual locations for the performers.

"Nobody is against The Volume The volume is fantastic for the purposes it's for," he continued, before implying Andor (starring Diego Luna once again as the eponymous rebel spy) "is just on a massively epic scale, and people would be running off the set all the time."

"Believe me, there were things we wish we could have done on The Volume, they might have been less overwhelming! But our program is vast, it's huge, and we have 211 speaking roles.

"I think the conversation we have at the end of the show will be different, because the show's breadth and visual ambition and traveling ambition are huge. It just didn't lend itself to that sort of production."

Luna, a Cassian Andor actor who is well-known for his return to a faraway galaxy, has recently spoken out about his time away from techno-talk.

"I imagined it would be a one-time event in my life, and I shared it with my kids, and I saw it." He added. "I was ready to go on."

"I was invited to [return for the show], and it made perfect sense." Luna continued. "I just wanted to explore many things that I thought about while I was filming that a film would never allow you to."

Andor will release three episodes on September 21st, streaming on Disney+. New episodes will follow weekly.