Lincoln's own Han Solo can thank the one-and-only Princess Leia for two of his all-time greatest "Star Wars" moments. In this way, the story is most comparable to Star Wars (aka A New Hope, which I guess I will have to use from now on...), without seeming to copy the story structure like The Force Awakens.
The Kasdans defiantly researched Han Solo from A New Hope when writing Solo, as he has much more in common with that version of the character than the more seasoned hero who romances Leia in Empire. To tie in with the film's release, there is a lot of awesome merchandise just waiting to tempt your online purchase trigger finger.
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This tension shows up in the performance of Ehrenreich, doing an inconsistent impersonation of Ford, and one that feels less successful and assured than the Billy Dee Williams homage we get from Donald Glover here as Lando Calrissian. The figure stands at six inches tall, and it boasts an impressive level of detail. Here, it's how smuggler Han Solo (Hail, Caesar's Alden Ehrenreich) got his vocation, his shop, his co-pilot and, somewhat surprisingly, his name. He wants more, and Ehrenreich is believable enough as a man trying to eventually become a galaxy legend. Check out the full set of figures here.
"It crushed me at the time, but now I look at it, and it was a godsend", he said.
While a Solo sequel isn't guaranteed - the prequel is now tracking below every previous modern Star Wars film - you'd hope that when audiences get their eyes on it, they'll be desperate for more from this crew.
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Fans were already convinced someting was going on after Lando called Han "baby" is one trailer scene. While you're dressing up in a snazzy Solo jacket (see above), your faithful hound can don the iconic fur of Chewbacca.
Also problematic was the fact the production was at least a month behind schedule. This product is 9.5 x 7 x 1.9 inches, and it is suitable for ages 14 and up. Much like a video game in a way, you wait and watch for the next thing to turn the corner and turn combat into chaos. The movie's biggest competition will be Fox's Deadpool 2, which opened last weekend to $125 million domestically and $301 million globally. There are also ranges of Dorbz, Mystery Minis, and plush keyrings from Funko.
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The latest installment also opens Friday in China, where the franchise has yet to reach hit status as fans lack exposure to generations of "Star Wars" films on which to build a tradition. A treasure trove that any space pirate would be happy to find, this Solo tome contains all the golden nuggets of nerdy info that your brain could handle. When the Falcon laid waste to the second Death Star, Han wasn't even on board. "He has done so much good for "Star Wars" by being dedicated his life to this franchise and these stories". Powell composed and produced the score including several new themes written by Powell including "Chewie Theme", "Love Theme", "Ensys Nest Theme", "Gang Theme" and "L3 Theme", as well as adapting the new Han Solo theme and some of the original Star Wars music by John Williams. And now, you can spruce up any party by creating ice cube replicas of Han's frozen-in-Carbonite pose. You know what they say, "Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good ice cube in your drink'".
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