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Solo & Chewie Grace Cover Of Entertainment Weekly

Posted by Dustin on February 7, 2018 at 04:10 PM CST

The new issue of Entertainment Weekly hits stands Friday February 9th and features Solo: A Star Wars Story.





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From EW.com:

Han Solo just canít help being a good guy ó much to his disappointment.

Try as he might to live outside the law, to care about nothing, to embody his loner name, he finds himself inexorably pushed and pulled by the tractor beam of his own decency. Just when you think heís gone forever, he comes back to save the day.

Thatís now literally true. Fans saw his journey end in The Force Awakens, but with the stand-alone Solo: A Star Wars Story (out May 25) Han is returning to the fight.

In this weekís issue, Entertainment Weekly expands about the glimpse we got in the two new teasers with revelations about the story and criminal characters that will surround the galactic smuggler.

Alden Ehrenreich is stepping into the cockpit for Harrison Ford, and the story rewinds the chronology to several years before the events of 1977ís original Star Wars. The filmmakers describe it as a Western crossed with a film noir, freighted with offbeat humor and set in the criminal underbelly of a galaxy being torn apart.

The Han movie is very Han about its arrival. Itís swooping in at the last minute with a first trailer and detailed revelations just a few months before release, and it all comes amid intense internal drama and second-guessing.

Original filmmakers Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The LEGO Movie, 21 Jump Street) parted ways with Lucasfilm over creative clashes that led to obvious upheaval in the midst of production. Oscar-winner Ron Howard, who has followed Star Wars ever since George Lucas first described his plan for it on the set of 1973ís American Graffiti, jumped in to pilot the movie home.

With luck and some skill ó which Han always counted on in equal measure ó this bumpy flight will smooth out in the end.



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