Published: Wed, February 07, 2018
Entertaiment | By Simon Arnold

First Full-Length Solo: A Star Wars Story Trailer Released

First Full-Length Solo: A Star Wars Story Trailer Released

The first-look trailer for "Solo: A Star Wars Story" was launched on Sunday's Super Bowl LII.

Solo then demonstrates his insane flight skills before the Millennium Falcon nearly smashes into a wild space monster the likes of which "Star Wars" fans have never seen. Harrelson's Beckett tells Han that he is "putting together a crew", which he (and Chewbacca) enthusiastically agree to join. Majority of the concerns movie fans had with this movie was what will a young Han Solo look and sound like or what would Alden Ehrenreich bring to the role. "I'm going to be a pilot!" he says. The trailer for Solo: Star Wars Story is getting the most Twitter attention so far, followed by Wendy's attack ad against McDonald's. "Best in the galaxy", Han responds.

As promised, following the teaser that aired during this weekends Superbowl Lucasfilm have finally released the 103-second trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story. Since there wasn't any time for plot details, most of the fanfare was devoted to a fur-clad Donald Glover smirking as Lando Calrissian, space gambler. The trailer wasn't all they released, however, as Disney has also unveiled a series of character posters that further reveal the colorful ensemble of the Star Wars spinoff. While it's not inherently the most anticipated film in the franchise there are still a lot of things that will be exciting to see unfold on the big screen. The last-minute scramble has some fans concerned, though others are comforted by the presence of Lawrence Kasdan, who wrote Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back, as a co-writer on the screenplay (alongside Jon Kasdan).

Kids growing up on Disney's version of Star Wars events won't notice anything, and that's really the point of these films anyway. It lost its original directors in Phil Lord and Chris Miller and there were reports that some of the actors and the studio executives at Lucasfilm weren't happy with how the movie was shaping out.

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