Thanks to some Topps trading cards, we now have a brand new peek at the leading duo of Solo: A Star Wars Story. As expected, a lot of this new TV spot is focused on Han's relationship with Chewbacca, who is played by Joonas Suotamo. We see a rocket being fired from a raised platform.
We also get a sneak peek at another very important moment between them: when Han asks Chewie's name.
A Star Wars Story from a screenplay written by Jonathan Kasdan & Lawrence Kasdan. The video shows the acquaintance of the ex-pilot of the spaceship Millennium Falcon Han Solo Chewbacca and a flight engineer. Solo looks at Chewie before showing him his hand. Since the cards are clearly in Aurebesh, the Star Wars language, it's hard to tell at a glance whether they're good or not. We see Han chiding Chewie for always being afraid everything is a bad idea. The footage just affirmed what the impression I already had of the film and that is that it will be an exciting blend of action and humor - two things that I think characterize Han Solo in the original trilogy.
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The Plot: Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. The Han and Chewbacca interaction feels right, even if other parts of it seem to still be trying to find the right footing.
Bourne and Shrek composer, John Powell has created the score becoming only the third ever composer to be allowed into the Star Wars fold which includes both John Williams and Michael Giacchino.