Phoebe Waller-Bridge, promoting her TV series 'Fleabag,' answers question about her experience so far on smooth-sailing set for the Young Han Solo movie
It’s official – we’re seeing how Han got the Millennium Falcon. Han Solo’s upcoming ‘Star Wars’ spin-off has been the source of plenty of speculation. Well, at least now we’ve got more of an idea about what it’s going to be about, now that Disney CEO Bob Iger has spilled the beans on some minor details of the Han Solo movie.
It’s official – Michael K. Williams is joining the Han Solo movie. According to an official statement at StarWars.com, the 50-year-old star of ‘The Wire’ is joining the upcoming Han Solo ‘Star Wars’ spin-off, alongside Alden Ehrenreich and Donald Glover. “Michael Kenneth Williams is going from his hometown of Brooklyn, New York, to a galaxy far, far away,” they revealed.
Han Solo’s ‘Star Wars’ spin-off has begun filming. Appearing on Twitter, the film’s co-director Chris Miller revealed that the young Han Solo movie has officially started filming… revealing the films working title (and an awesome pun) in the process. “Han First Shot” he said alongside an image of the film’s clapperboard.
Woody Harrelson’s role in the ‘Han Solo’ movie has been confirmed. Directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller spoke to Star Wars.com about Harrelson’s casting, and their words suggest that his role could be as a mentor to Alden Ehrenreich’s younger incarnation of Han Solo. The duo told the website, “We couldn’t be more excited to work with an artist with as much depth and range as Woody.
Announced during the Future Filmmakers panel at Star Wars Celebration Europe, it looks as though the Han Solo movie is preparing to haul jets. “It’s still very, very early,” said ‘Han Solo’ director Lord and Miller. “We’re still working on the script with Larry and Jon Kasdan… [cameras will role] probably end of January, very early February so we’ve got a good six months of prep.