On Thursday, May 10, the stars of Solo: A Star Wars Story - including Emilia Clarke, who plays Qi'ra - walked the red carpet for the film's Hollywood premiere. But to no one's surprise, it has an 81% audience score.
Excitement for the film is growing, and United Kingdom fans will get to see Solo: A Star Wars Story a day earlier than everyone else, with it set to hit cinemas on 24 May. A strong cast and the beginnings of a compelling story are wasted by what is, whichever director or directors is responsible, some of the worst filmmaking in Star Wars history.
Solo is the first in a potential series of films, with Ehrenreich signing on for three instalments, although it's unclear whether that might include an appearance in a Lando movie.
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With Solo earning mixed reviews, it can't claim the title of the top-rated Star Wars movie, which still belongs to 1980's The Empire Strikes Back.
A new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy.
A recent comic book miniseries focusing on Lando Calrissian began in 2015, which could provide some interesting inspiration for a Lando movie. While that would make a hell of a movie, it's a story that's already been told, so it's not likely to head to the big screen.
You have to admit, people are extremely apprehensive that this 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' is going to be good. It starts with the film's look, which is uncommonly dark, ugly, and doesn't look anything like a Star Wars movie.
And, finally, just because it's fantastic and awesome, here is a photo of Newton standing with Glover, the young Lando himself.
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