'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Gets A Couple Of New Clips

'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Gets A Couple Of New Clips

In fact, like all of the Star Wars films that have debuted since Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, Solo has earned its PG-13 rating because of "sequences of sci-fi action violence". Or would you rather have Ehrenreich's Han Solo appear two more stand alone Star Wars films?

The Wookiee smuggler Chewbacca is finally getting the recognition it deserves in the form of his own official theme music in the soon-to-be-released Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Over the past few decades, the characters of Star Wars have been interpreted in an nearly absurd number of different mediums. Check out the new Solo clip below, along with the posters in the gallery!

Ron Howard is directing after inheriting a mess from The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street helmers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. But, what exactly does that mean? Not quite "Infinity" numbers - or "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" or "The Last Jedi" - but potentially better than "Rogue One."

Oversee the work of the producer on behalf of the studio, the financiers or the distributors. This coincides at the same time the movie makes its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival in France.

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The franchise is called Star Wars, so "sci-fi action violence" kind of goes with the territory for films like this. That said, "Solo" didn't quite beat "Avengers: Infinity War", which is still has the record for fastest-selling advance tickets.

Hey, nobody's flawless, with Lord and Miller fulfilling most of their duties. We know that this is something a lot of our community have been requesting so we're incredibly excited to confirm that it'll be available as soon as Season Two starts on May 16. I believe that Lucasfilm/Disney did Lord and Miller a solid, giving them a bit of "credit" as a peace offering, of sorts.

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The trailers look good, and like all Star Wars movies, people are going to show up, but apparently we're going to have to wait and see if critics and audiences fall in love with the prequel version of the character.

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