A list of books coming out tied to Solo: A Star Wars Story will explore Han's childhood, future wives, relationship with Lando, and his son Ben.
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There is a new Star Wars movie just months away, which means, it's time for new Star Wars merchandise. Oh, who am I kidding? It's very clearly always the time for new Star Wars merchandise. Here's the latest from The Last Jedi, Solo, and all the other Star Wars goodness Hasbro showed at Toy Fair this year.
Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.
One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.
Solo: A Star Wars Story casts a surprising addition. Tessa Thompson still has hopes for an all-female Marvel team up movie. The LEGO Movie spinoff has lost its director. Plus, a familiar face is returning to Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash takes on a golden age comics villain, and a new look at The X-Files' return. Spoilers now!
She might not look like much when we see her in A New Hope, but the junky, tattered exterior of the Millennium Falcon was always meant to be a hint at a long life for the freighter. So, seeing it shiny and with a fresh coat of paint in Solo: A Star Wars Story should be what it looks like in its prime, right? Actually, no.
A new Star Wars film is rapidly approaching us - which means that a whole wave of toys and merchandise is approaching us even faster, ready to bring all the characters and moments of Solo: A Star Wars Story into plastic things you can buy. Ahead of New York Toy Fair later this week, we've got a special first look at just a few out-of-this-world figures.
On May 24, Solo: A Star Wars Story won't just be revealing the origins of characters such as Han Solo, Chewbacca and Lando Calrissian, we'll also get to see how the Millennium Falcon came to be the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy. Well before Han Solo dumped Jabba the Hutt's smuggled cargo, the Falcon looked considerably less like garbage.
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.
We have confirmation on a few new Solo character names. The X-Files' Chris Carter has begun to ponder if maybe he shouldn't end the series after Gillian Anderson leaves. There have been some major changes in the world of Jurassic World since the events of the first film, especially for Bryce Dallas Howard's character. "Conan, what is best in life?" "To crush your enemies. See them driven before you. And to hear the lamentations of their spoilers."
It's cutting it pretty close considering the actual movie's out in three months, but we finally have our first looks at Solo: A Star Wars Story. And while we still have a lot of questions about what the movie will show us, here are all the clues about the life of the young Han Solo, the seedy world he finds himself in, and the adventures that shaped him into the galaxy's most lovable scoundrel.
Star Wars doesn't have a great history in China. While The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi have been record-setting megablockbusters in the United States, in China they have done considerably worse, with The Last Jedi netting only $US41 ($51) million in the country during its meagre three weeks of wide screening.
It's hard to comprehend given how we just went through the release of The Last Jedi, but in just over four short months, a new Star Wars movie will be out. While Last Jedi honoured Star Wars' legacy by passing the torch to a new generation, with new possibilities, Solo will rosily indulge in Star Wars' past. And I think I might have had enough of that.
How will Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom set the stage for a unified, Jurassic Park trilogy? Does a tongue-wagging Satan really factor into the latest season of the X-Files? See Lin Shaye finally gets top billing in an Insidious film! All this, plus a plea from Luca Guadigno kindly asking you not to compare his Suspiria remake to the iPhone X! Watch your step, you've just crossed over into Morning Spoilers!
It's always been years. Three years between Star Wars movies. Sixteen years between trilogies. Then it shrank - it took 10 years to get The Force Awakens after Revenge of the Sith, and since then Star Wars movies have been a mere year apart. But now, for the first - and probably last - time ever, we'll have two new Star Wars films in only six months.
More Star Wars: The Last Jedi footage teases Porg delights. Gambit suffers another setback. There are new rumours about Iron Fist's next big bad. Emma Dumont hints at some big changes ahead for Polaris on The Gifted. Plus new looks at the midseason finales of Supergirl and Arrow, and what's to come on Gotham. Spoilers!