Young Harrison Ford Replaces Alden Ehrenreich in 'True Solo' Trailer Edit

Young Harrison Ford Replaces Alden Ehrenreich in 'True Solo' Trailer Edit

You're flying it. You know where the buttons are and how the chair feels.

'And also some of the humour around some of the action in Willow was something I inspired to get into Solo'. I'm very like, lucky to be a part of it.

"Solo" is the biggest role yet for Ehrenreich, who starred in the Coen Brothers film "Hail, Caesar!" I'm a fan, first and foremost, before I'm an actor in this.

Willow was a fantasy epic released in 1988 about a Hobbit-like character played by Davis, fresh off his star turn as Wicket in Return of the Jedi.

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It's no secret that a majority of Star Wars fans have been anxious about the overall quality of Solo, which releases next week. And, so we were able to make this movie at a pace but, once he began to see the possibilities for scenes and ideas.

Solo: A Star Wars Story got Rian Johnson's glowing approval.

Solo, which gets its USA release on May 25, charts the adventure-filled past of smuggler Han Solo - made famous in four Star Wars movies by Harrison Ford - before he was the galaxy's most adored scoundrel. "Solo: A Star Wars Story" tells the story of how Han met Chewie, Lando, the blaster, the Millenium Falcon, and most importantly, how he got to be the rough tough man we see later in the films. The film is a prequel story, and a lot of its characters were portrayed by other actors many moons ago. But it was inevitable, given the ease of editing together old and new footage, somebody somewhere was going to graft Ford's young mug onto Ehrenreich's body. That's not a bad place to be - especially if the movie ends up being well-received by fans.

Keep in mind to take this Solo: A Star Wars Story rumors with a grain of sand, yes we hate sand too. Why couldn't Calrissian: A Star Wars Story basically reverse the relationship and put Lando in the lead, with Han as a supporting character to his next crime?