The Blu-ray release of Solo: A Star Wars Story may not have an alternate cut of Ron Howard’s film, but it does include eight deleted scenes that run about 15 minutes total, and most of them are really quite good.
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There's a new Star Wars out, have you seen it yet? It's more likely than ever that the answer is "no." Solo: A Star Wars Story, the origin tale of everyone's favourite stuck-up, half-witted, scruffy-looking nerf herder, has been struggling hard at the box office since its release.
Did everyone do their homework? Did you see Solo: A Star Wars Story yet? (Obviously, not everyone did.)
Either way, we have some lingering questions about the movie and how it affects the Star Wars universe. We have some educated guesses, but there are two dozen answers we'd very much like to get.
Solo: A Star Wars Story is in cinemas, in Lucasfilm's latest attempt at exploring the man behind the mythos, Han Solo. But it is not the first time the company has deeply explored the beloved smuggler, scoundrel and hero. It's done so before, in one of the greatest works of art in our modern times: Kinect Star Wars.
There's a new Star Wars movie out! The Last Jedi might still feel fresh in your mind, but Solo: A Star Wars Story is in cinemas right now. Not been following all the news and reveals from the young Han Solo biopic? We've compiled all of the officially released info (no spoilers!) so you're fully prepped to visit the seedier side of a galaxy far, far away.
Sometimes it's the little things that bug players. And sometimes those little things are worth fixing. That's the case with Battlefront II, a game with a playerbase that's been frustrated by microtransactions and a lack of new content but at least has had their call answered to get rid of the holograms in the game's menus.
Star Wars: Battlefront II is working to overcome its image problem following a controversial release. A new season of content, related to Han Solo, hit the game today. Its smattering of character skins and a map lifted from 2015's Star Wars Battlefront provide little for those hoping the game will bounce back from its rocky start.
When Marvel first started its classic Star Wars comic in 1977, it was quickly faced with a challenging conundrum: how to tell tales in the Star Wars universe beyond the events of the movie. It's no surprise that the publisher turned to Han Solo for material, but what is surprising is just how bonkers its first original storyline would get.
We finally got another look at Solo: A Star Wars Story yesterday, and it gave us a much better idea of what we can expect from the movie after that first, cryptic trailer in February. Here's everything we learned about this early chapter in the life of Han Solo and his friends, both familiar and unfamiliar.
This week, we finally got our first look at Solo: A Star Wars Story, an exploration of how a young smuggler became one of the galaxy's finest pilots, and a future rebel hero. But it's far from the first time Star Wars material has attempted to explore the past of Corellia's most famous son. Here's Solo: A Star Wars Story, according to the old Expanded Universe.
Donald Glover as a young Lando Calrissian in the Han Solo movie. It was the casting that made everybody stand up and applaud when it was announced last year. Now that we've seen a trailer for Solo and are hearing Glover talk about playing Cloud City's chief dude, our hunger for a Lando-centric project has only intensified.
Earlier this week, we got the first, long-awaited look at Solo: A Star Wars Story. But even then, that look was full of perplexing mysteries... like, who these characters actually are, aside from the scruffy lookin' nerfherder and fuzzy co-pilot that we already know. Thankfully, now we actually have a few more details.
The firing of Phil Lord and Christopher Miller from the Han Solo movie feels like it could be a turning point for the rejuvenated Star Wars. We're learning a lot more about what Lucasfillm feels is acceptable within its universe and what isn't. The problem is that what's acceptable looks to be very, very narrow.