Star Wars live-action TV series timeline revealed by Jon Favreau

Star Wars live-action TV series timeline revealed by Jon Favreau

Star Wars live-action TV series timeline revealed by Jon Favreau

It's safe to say the second Star Wars spin-off after Rogue One has been through a few production problems. Alongside Alden Ehrenreich, who plays Han Solo, the cast includes Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover, Thandie Newton, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Joonas Suotamo, and Paul Bettany.

And with Deadpool 2 releasing on May 16, Solo: A Star Wars Story will likely witness a challenge at the ticket counters.

Still, excitement for the film is growing, and United Kingdom fans will get to see Solo: A Star Wars Story a day earlier than other locations, after Disney revealed Howard's spin-off movie will now be released on May 24, one day earlier than originally planned.

And since the film focuses on the back story of Han Solo and his copilot, Chewbacca the Wookie, it's inspired by Solo's iconic Millennium Falcon, with unmistakable styling cues from the most stylish ship in the galaxy.


Solo: A Star Wars Story opens on May 25. Ron Howard finished the film after original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired.

While the premiere brought us lovely pictures of handsome stars, the most important thing to come from the night was the first impressions of Solo. Daniel Glover is said to be as charismatic as Billy Dee Williams in the role of Lando Calrissian. He voices a four-armed alien in Solo: A Star Wars Story and also recently signed on to write and produce a live-action Star Wars television series. I guess time will tell if Disney's recipe for Star Wars works or not. Ehrenreich plays the younger Solo in the standalone flick. Fave new Star Wars.

Do the positive early reactions make you more excited for the movie or were you going to see Solo regardless? The movie could bring in as much as $185 million over Memorial Day weekend, which would be a record for that holiday period, according to BoxOffice.com.

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