Andor’s unbelievable very first period has actually ended with a fittingly terrific episode, yet it had another shock to expose after the credit histories. While a lot of this program has actually stayed (relatively) free of Easter eggs, the ending participates in some reliable Disney teasing with a post-credits scene that feels like it will certainly be crucial to the program’s 2nd period, which suggests you must certainly stay to see it.
But in instance you’ve currently seen it, or are simply trying to find the brief variation, below’s what takes place after the credit histories in Andor’s period 1 ending.[Ed. note: This post contains spoilers for Andor season 1.]
The 2nd to last arc of Andor’s very first period sees Cassian trapped in an Imperial prison factory where he as well as his fellow inmates are entrusted with monotonously constructing the very same items over as well as over once again — at least until they break out. We obtain the feeling that it’s done in solution of some large unidentified task, as well as while we absolutely had a few guesses at the time, the program didn’t validate what they were dealing with till period 1’s credit histories rolled. But we currently recognize that the items Cassian has actually been building are for absolutely nothing much less than the Death Star itself.
As the credit histories go out, a close-up of a maker in the center of area discolors in. In fittingly Andor style, the shot begins by concentrating on a little android welding an item right into put on a bigger steel sheet (a wonderful alongside the episode’s opening bomb-making) prior to drawing back to expose thousands of androids doing the very same point the whole time the surface area of the enigma spacecraf. Finally, we obtain a shot of the whole task as well as the Death Star is exposed, with its large laser cannon still incomplete — as well as so occurring to look a whole lot like Andor’s opening up titles as well as logo design.
While the scene is clear in its intent, Andor designer as well as showrunner Tony Gilroy provided Polygon a couple of various other information concerning just how the expose happened.
“We came up with the prison, and the building of the part, pretty early on,” Gilroy informed Polygon in a meeting. “It was like, Oh, they should be building the Death Star. And then, you know, you follow it forward, and it’s like, Oh, you know what? We oughta show that. So the visual effects department just loved that idea. And they ran with it.”
Andor’s 2nd period is being recorded currently as well as, as any individual accustomed to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story recognizes, it’s possibly mosting likely to consist of a whole lot even more of the Death Star than period 1’s short tease. There’s no word yet on when Andor period 2 will certainly be launched.