Personally, I can't say I'm excited about a "Han Solo movie", but it is, above all, a Star Wars movie, and the newest trailer, which delivers some Chewie/Han goodness, reminds me that it's the bond between characters in this franchise that I love most of all. They include Emilia Clarke's Qi'Ra, Donald Glover's Lando Calrissian, and some kind of alien creature who appears to be piloting the Millennium Falcon.
Alden Ehrenreich has compared being in Star Wars to the Central Intelligence Agency and now we don't know what to think. One of the funniest moments involves Han showing his cards to Chewbacca, and the Wookie being obviously unimpressed. You just know what you would hate a little bit more. Star Wars fans will definitely appreciate when Solo tells Chewie, "You think everything sounds like a bad idea".
The minute-long trailer showed previously unseen clips of Han, including how he gets involved in the seedier dealings of the galaxy during the Galactic Empire.
IPL-2018: Rain stops play between KKR and SRH
Both have three wickets to their name in the IPL so far, ensuring that every bowler has been contributing to the effort. But while Gill, who bats at No.3, was sent in to bat after Narine at No.7, Mavi was handed the ball in the 15th over.
I mean if anything, we're finally gonna get more Lando Calrissian, and that's probably the only thing that can make up for the lack of Finn in TLJ.
Han Solo shows Chewie his hand of cards and Chewie shakes his head and lets out defeated gargle.
But I have my doubts about that source, especially because Ehrenreich's previous performances (particularly in Hail, Caesar!) suggest he is "good enough", and more so. The Falcon then jets off into hyperspace. "Through a series of daring escapades deep within a dark and risky criminal underworld, Han Solo meets his mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga's most unlikely heroes". The two previous trailers coupled with the footage here suggests that director Ron Howard may defy the odds and pull this somewhat troubled film off.