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Review: Solo Is a Return to the Simpler Joys of Star Wars

4 out of 5 Millennium Falcons.

Solo is a caper of a movie—really, a series of capers—that takes you through a galaxy far, far away mostly unconcerned with intergalactic warfare, the balance of light and dark Force-sides, or anyone named Skywalker. Solo wants to have fun, and it succeeds.

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Disney Drops a New Solo Featurette Trailer

Director Ron Howard and the cast discuss the world of Solo: A Star Wars Story

Disney has just dropped a new featurette trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story which features the director Ron Howard and the members of the cast discussing the world of the standalone prequel. "The Star Wars universe that we see in Solo was different from anything else we've seen in any previous Star Wars movies," says Howard. "The Empire controls everything. Everyone is struggling to survive but we discover this incredible free spirit."

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Han and Chewie Meet in Newest Solo TV Spot

I mean if anything, we’re finally gonna get more Lando Calrissian, and that's probably the only thing that can make up for the lack of Finn in TLJ.

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Things We Saw Today: Now We Will Call Trump’s Hair a “Morgellons Tesseract” Forever

When you read a truly perfect description, you just know you'll never be able to unsee it.

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Gorgeous Star Wars Fanart Imagines If Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia Swapped Roles

What would the original Star Wars universe look like if Luke were raised on Alderaan as a Prince, and Leia brought to Tatooine, then trained as a Jedi?

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Things We Saw Today: Should Black Mirror’s “USS Callister” Get Its Own Spin-Off TV Show?

The most buzzed-about episode of Black Mirror season 4, which many of us binged over the holidays, is the Star Trek send-up "USS Callister." Its director thinks the episode has the potential to be more.

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And the Name of the Standalone Han Solo Movie Will Be …

Having just wrapped production, director Ron Howard let fans in on the movie's title, which is ... not a big surprise.

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Things We Saw Today: Let’s Revel in All the Beautiful Art of the #SouthAsianArtists Hashtag

This world's a trash fire, so come escape into the beautiful and fantastic art of the #SouthAsianArtists hashtag.

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Star Wars: Forces of Destiny Returns With Rey and Chewbacca Making a Great Team

I need happy today, and I have found it in the all-new episode of Star Wars: Forces of Destiny that debuted today on Disney's YouTube channel! In this Rey-focused episode, Rey and Chewbacca have to team up against danger on the Millennium Falcon.

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Things We Saw Today: Everything Is Awful, so Here’s Lin-Manuel Miranda to Save the Day

Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda always has a buoyant social media presence. Recently he's been the vanguard of calling attention to Puerto Rico (and raising funds), as well as criticizing Trump's response to the mounting humanitarian disaster there. Today, an extremely difficult day by many measures in America, Lin has been a great source of reassurance and self-care.

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Things We Saw Today: What Do We Think Is Happening In These “Desperate and Dangerous” Han Solo Set Photos?

Time for some speculation, nerds! Han Solo director Ron Howard recently shared two photos from the set, both of which he captioned as showing "desperate and dangerous times."

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Things We Saw Today: Is Darth Vader in the Han Solo (Solo) Movie?

According to sources that will not be named, an actor was seen sporting Vader's iconic costume in reshoots for the Han Solo standalone film.

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Things We Saw Today: Record-Breaking Astronaut Peggy Whitson Returns to Earth Tonight

As she heads back from her 288-day stint at the International Space Station (ISS), astronaut Peggy Whitson can celebrate her NASA/American records for most time spent in space (665 days) and oldest female astronaut.

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Who Was the First Fictional Character You Fell in Love With?

"I love you, Han Solo." "I know, Kaila. I know."

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John Powell of How to Train Your Dragon, the Bourne Trilogy, and Shrek to Compose Han Solo Score

While Star Wars fans might've anticipated the possibility of John Williams or Michael Giacchino returning, you've definitely heard Powell's work before in lots of popular franchises.

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Is This Chewbacca’s Wife in a Behind-the-Scenes Pic From the Han Solo Movie?

Malla, is that you?

In the old Star Wars Expanded Universe novels, a wookiee named Mallatobuck was Chewbacca's wife, but all that was thrown out when Disney took over Lucasfilm and decided to make all pieces of Star Wars media canon to the movies, mostly tossing out the EU. That hasn't stopped their current stories from drawing inspiration from the EU, and it looks like the Han Solo movie might reunite Chewie and Malla.

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Set Photos and Video Emerge From the Han Solo Movie

After the recent behind-the-scenes shakeup that saw Ron Howard taking over directing duties from Phil Lord and Chris Miller on the Han Solo Star Wars anthology movie, we've been dying for any hint of what's going on with the project—even more than usual. Now, we've finally got some set photos and video to pore over.

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Ron Howard Officially Taking the Reins as Director of the Han Solo Movie …Which Is Already Three-Quarters Shot

We had a bit of a shock yesterday when we learned that the directing team of Phil Lord and Chris Miller would no longer be directing the upcoming Han Solo Star Wars anthology film, thanks to creative differences with screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan. With three-quarters of principal photography already done, Lucasfilm has officially hired their replacement.

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A Great Disturbance: Han Solo Movie Lost Directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord Mid-Filming

I have a bad feeling about this.

There was already plenty of reason to be worried about a Han Solo backstory movie, if only because some things are best left to the imagination. But, we had allowed ourselves to be optimistic about it when Phil Lord and Chris Miller of The LEGO Movie, among other things, got involved. That was all thrown up in the air last night when news broke that Lord and Miller had left the project.

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Things We Saw Today: The Simpsons Theme If It Were Actually the Cowboy Bebop Opening

Marvel at the glorious mash-up-itude. Grayson D on YouTube has created an awesome mash-up video blending The Simpsons into the opening of Cowboy Bebop. The result is truly awesome.

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