We have been gifted more footage of the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story film in the form of a new TV Spot released earlier today.
It's a dark and seedy universe of untold riches and high-flying gangsters, of heroes and villains, and in the gallery of Topps trading cards below, you'll be able to catch that new look at Han and Chewie along with numerous film's other main players, both of the good and bad variety.
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We also get a sneak peek at another very important moment between them: when Han asks Chewie's name.
There's also a large focus on gambling in the spot, as we see money moving around a table a lot and Han apparently playing poker against somebody.
Screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan has referred to this movie as "a love story between Han and Chewie" and "a bromance". Solo looks at Chewie before showing him his hand. Since the cards are clearly in Aurebesh, the Star Wars language, it's hard to tell at a glance whether they're good or not.
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We are, of course, referring to Han and Chewbacca, otherwise known as the galaxy's greatest double act.
Solo has been through a lot.
The synopsis on Solo reads: Through a series of daring escapades deep within a dark and risky criminal underworld, Han Solo befriends his mighty future copilot Chewbacca and meets 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 Han and Chewbacca interaction feels right, even if other parts of it seem to still be trying to find the right footing.
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Solo: A Star Wars Story is only a little over a month from hitting theaters, coming out almost six months after the release of The Last Jedi.