The saga of La Guerra de las Galaxias is always characterized by finding unique locations on our planet to move viewers to experience the feeling of being alive worlds totally different from what we know on Earth. In which locations and where was the Disney Plus series Andor filmed?
Most of the chosen locations were centered on England and Scotland, countries that offer great natural beauty and are chosen on more than one occasion for films and series.
The first season of Andor, starring Diego Luna, among a long list of figures, is composed of a total of 12 episodes, being – until now – the Star Wars proposal with a greater number of chapters.
Where was the Disney Plus series Andor filmed?
Cleveleys, a town located in the county of Lancashire, in England, was one of the chosen. Its official website describes it as ‘the ideal family-friendly seaside town on the north-west coast between Fleetwood and Blackpool’.
Perhaps one of the most striking places was Winspit Querry, a disused quarry in the cliffs near Worth Matravers, in Dorset, also in England. Until around 1940, Winspit was used as a stone quarry, providing stone for buildings in London.
Another of the chosen locations where the Andor series was filmed is Cruachan Reservoira reservoir in Scotland, which was built in the 1960s and is contained by a dam of 316 meters.
What story does this spin-off have?
The Disney Plus-exclusive series explores a new perspective on the Star Wars Galaxy, focusing on Cassian Andor’s journey to discover the difference he can make in the Galaxy. The proposal presents the story of the growing rebellion against the Empire and how people and planets have become involved. In an era full of dangers, deceptions and intrigues, Cassian embarked on the path destined to become the rebel hero, which was seen in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.