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Warwick Davis Takes Omaze Behind the Han Solo Movie Scenes, Reveals a New Alien in the Process

... but what does it mean?!

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Every Star Wars movie has something new to offer, whether it be a new planet, new character, or new twist in the Force. For the upcoming Han Solo Star Wars Story, it seems it’ll be introducing a brand new alien to the universe. You can meet the alien in this video from Omaze and the legendary Warwick Davis, who offers viewers a small taste of what’s happening behind the scenes as they shoot the Han Solo film.

It’s absolutely worth noting that for donating to Omaze this week, you’ll be entered for a chance to win a role in the upcoming Han Solo film. You’d be able to put yourself into Star Wars lore, pal, and who knows what kinds of wild backstories will come up about your background character role?!

And here’s a handy-dandy screenshot of the alien for you, if for whatever reason you can’t watch the video right now:

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Cool, Yeah, like, I’m down with the style and everything, and the multiple eye stalks are really cool. Moreover, that facial expression leaves it in kind of a weird mid-sneeze kind of look, but that’s probably me being a total anthropocentric bag of dicks (sorry, alien entity).

What’s especially clear is that this entity has some really sweet fashion sense, and it is seriously rocking the hell out of that fur-lined leather duster/jacket thing. Like, where can I get me one of those?

Oh, right. Lucasfilm, probably.

… heeeeeey, Lucasfilm, can I ask you to do me a solid… ?

(via /Film, images: screengrabs)

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