Luke Hull Named Production Designer for Cassian Andor Series


Reports state that Luke Hull, award winning production designer(Chernobyl) has now signed on to work on the Cassian Andor series coming to Disney +. He is know for his work in Guy Ritchie's King Author: Legend of the Sword and also worked on the now canceled Game of Thrones spinn-off prequel.

The Cassian Andor Series, which was originally set to begin filming in June of 2020, now most likely will be delayed due to the global Covid-19 virus. Almost everything from Indiana Jones 5 to the upcoming Black Widow movie has been delayed, cancelled, or rescheduled. We aren't sure how long until things will resume to normal but for now we are excited to see the wheels start turning on the upcoming Star Wars projects coming out of the mouse house, and pulling together the talents of Luke Hull is a good move.

Adding the talents of Luke Hull to the Cassian project will bring a new level to Star Wars that we may have not seen before. It is a exciting time to be a fan of Star Wars and with Joby Harold joining Kenobi as a writer, we can't wait to see these projects come out in the next few years. Regardless of how you liked King Arthur, having that level of production design, will be a fantastic addition to Star Wars and its worldbuilding.
Diego Luna, and Alan Tudyk will be returning to the show as their signature characters Cassian and K-2SO. I can't wait to see this series. I know Cassian is not the most anticipated show coming from Disney + but it sure has me excited that we have that sort of talent coming from the production. It seems to be along with Tony Gilroy and Stephen Schiff it looks like Disney has cooked up the perfect cast and crew to make Cassian a hit when it does eventually get to Disney + whenever that day does come.
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Source: SWNN

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