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Solo: A Star Wars Story is set to release in a few months, and a lot of fans are concerned that we haven’t gotten one single teaser from Lucasfilm. Rumor has it that a trailer will finally be dropping within the week, and Google has apparently revealed what the runtime for the movie will be.
As pointed out by ComicBook, searching Solo: A Star Wars Story on Google will reveal that the movie has a runtime of 2 hours and 23 minutes; that’s 143 minutes in total. If this information turns out to be true, then we’re looking at a movie that’s longer than Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2 hours, 13 minutes) but shorter than the longest film in the franchise, Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2 hours, 32 minutes).
With the scarcity of marketing that’s being released for Solo, fans will pick-up any information that comes out. Hopefully, the rumor that the trailer could be released this Wednesday turns out to be true. Hype is already dying down for The Last Jedi, which makes it the perfect time to start selling Solo.
The behind-the-scenes drama of Solo has gotten a lot of fans concerned for the movie. The script was said to be one of the greatest in the franchise, but directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were suddenly fired near the end of production. Ron Howard was then hired to take over, and the film looked safe ever since. It is still worrying, however, that we still don’t have a trailer.
Solo: A Star Wars Story is set to come out May 25.