One book and two comics are coming out this week. Gina McIntyre’s Star Wars Icons: Han Solo will be out Tuesday, April 2, for those who didn’t nab it early from Sideshow. And coming Wednesday, April 3 we have more Han, as Solo #7 wraps up the comic adaptation of the movie, plus Star Wars #64.Continue reading “Star Wars out this week: Han times two”
For Star Wars fans, one young reader book, three new comics and a trade collection are coming to stores this week. On Tuesday, January 8, the Flight of the Falcon series concludes with Pirate’s Price from Lou Anders and Annie Wu. Han and Chewbacca meet up with the notorious Hondo Ohnaka – or so claims Hondo. There’s an excerpt up at StarWars.com.Continue reading “Star Wars out this week: Hondo meets Han and Chewie (allegedly)”
Two more cut scenes from Solo today! The first, via Entertainment Weekly, is Han as a TIE trainee, and his subsequent trial that led him to Mimban. The second, a snowball fight on Vandor, debuts on The Star Wars Show, which also features a Ray Park interview:
USA Today has our first cut scene from Solo. Taken from early in the film, it features Han (Alden Ehrenreich) and Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke) on the run from Lady Proxima’s guards, where they take a brief refuge in – eww – a vat of eels.
Today, upon the occasion of the movie’s release, a new Solo featurette puts the spotlight on the scoundrels – aka most of the cast, really.
I’ll have a discussion post up this evening for anyone who wants to char or give their first impressions in a spoiler-safe place.
Solo isn’t Han’s first brush with a prequel: George Lucas considered having a 10-year-old Han Solo cameo in Revenge of the Sith. Though he decided against it in the end, the idea made it as far as a draft of the script and approved concept art.
An early report on Solo gave us the impression that George Lucas actually helped direct a small part of the film, now the fuller part of the story can be told. Here’s the scene – of which we’ve seen a brief preview of in commercials – and George Lucas’s part in it, from Variety’s cover story.
Alden Ehrenreich and Phoebe Waller-Bridge were on Kimmel and Fallon last night, respectively, and they each had a brand-new clip from Solo.