Published: Sun, May 13, 2018
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

Jon Favreau's Star Wars TV series set after Return of the Jedi

Jon Favreau's Star Wars TV series set after Return of the Jedi

Even the fears about Alden Ehrenreich, who reportedly needed an acting coach on set to help course correct his performance in the titular role, are no longer needed.

Well first reactions to Solo have now started to surface on social media and it appears as though the film has gone down well with critics so far. The trick, he explained, is to make it sound as if you're gargling and "moaning in the back of your throat". Are you ready for a new branch in the tree of Star Wars? As Ehrenreich revealed to E!

Alden Ehrenreich and Donald Glover are solid as the leads.

Solo: A Star Wars Story hits theaters on Friday, May 25.

Given that he has already directed one Star Wars films and is attached to create more, Johnson admitted that many of his fans might think his opinions would be suspiciously positive.

"A Star Wars Story", and Kathleen Kennedy, Allison Shearmur and Simon Emanuel are the producers. He was followed by Solo stars Bettany, Clarke and their co-star Thandie Newton, who all stopped to pose for photos with fans decked out in their best Han, Leia, Luke, Lando and Chewey costumes.

"Not convinced we needed a young Han Solo movie". His entry in the iconic saga has been deemed to be one of, if not the most polarizing film in the franchise's history. Ron Howard finished the film after original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired.

Lucasfilm's lobby is adorned with costumes and droids from numerous "Star Wars" movies, making it the unmistakable home of the company that generates some of the most popular content in mass culture.

Donald Glover has been on a recent streak of success that includes hosting SNL, releasing the acclaimed video for "This Is America", and starring as Lando Calrissian in Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Discourse over Johnson's The Last Jedi has been interesting to say the least.

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