Warning, spoilers for Solo: A Star Wars Story ahead...
With the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story on Digital/Blu-Ray only days away now, two of the best scenes from the film have found their way online thanks to Star Wars and IGN.
Two of the most talked about scenes from the standalone film have to be the train heist sequence on Vandor and near the end of the movie where Qi'ra finally comes face to face with the true leader of the Crimson Dawn. During the Vandor sequence, we see Han, Beckett and the rest attempt to steal a shipment of coaxium aboard a speeding conveyex, only to be interrupted by the Empire and Enfys Nest and her Cloud Rider gang.
For the other scene, Qi'ra has just killed Dryden Vos saving Han in the process, and to cover her tracks she contacts the leader of the Crimson Dawn using Vos's ring. The leader of the ruthless criminal organization turns out to be none other than "The Phantom Menace" baddie, Darth Maul. Take a look at these two wonderful scenes below.
First up, the "Crimson Dawn" encounter courtesy of IGN...
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