Though the marketing for Solo: A Star Wars Story is keeping us focused on characters like Han, Lando, Chewie, and Qi’Ra, there’s a new droid
Solo: A Star Wars Story premiere is drawing near. Adding to the hype, Lucasfilm has decided to give us some actual clips from the film.
WARNING: THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS A SLIGHT SPOILER FOR SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY It’s no mystery to Star Wars fans that the movies have running
It’s been known for a while that Alden Ehrenreich has signed on to play Han Solo for three more films. Fans immediately received this news
Ron Howard has come back with teases behind the scenes with Solo: A Star Wars Story, but that looks like it’s all about to end soon, as he has confirmed that the film has officially been completed.
Solo: A Star Wars Story will be the first Star Wars film in a long time to screen alongside the Cannes Film Festival, and thanks to the festival’s page, we now have an official runtime of the film.
Probably one of the most inspired casting choices in Solo: A Star Wars Story is Donald Glover playing Lando Calrissian, and Glover gives some insight on how Lando here will be different from when we meet him in The Empire Strikes Back.
The Solo: A Star Wars Story trailer featured some pretty cool-looking characters, and one of them was this armor/fur-clad villain which the merch has revealed is named Enfys Nest. As it turns out, Enfys is actually a woman.
Solo: A Star Wars Story is set to come out next month, and Lucasfilm has just released what will probably be the final trailer for the film.
With less than two months till the release of Solo, Lucasfilm is starting to pump out more and more marketing for the movie. One of
With the release date barely a month away, a lot of fans are worried that Ron Howard won’t be able to finish Solo: A Star Wars Story on time, but as it turns out, everything is going according to schedule, and Howard has shared a photo of himself checking out the final cut of the film.
After Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired from directing Solo: A Star Wars Story, rumors suddenly started spreading about the script being unworkable and Disney already expecting the film to bomb. Vulture has been able to contact an actor from the set (who refuses to be named) to shed light on Lucasfilm firing the 21 Jumpstreet Directors.