Fans finally got to see the first glimpses of the upcoming Star Wars spinoff, however, it was nothing more than an appetizer for them to get going. The main event has just started!
Once Solo: A Star Wars Story’s first look was unveiled during the Super Bowl, Disney assured fans that the first full trailer would be showcased during Good Morning America. The time has come for the Star Wars fans across the galaxy to dissect the Han Solo movie’s first trailer.
Although the brief teaser seemed to be enough to get some passionate fans going, others are still wondering about what’s the matter with the new Han Solo spinoff movie.
Well, you don’t need to wonder anymore as the film’s promotional campaign has started officially.
After being off the radar for several months, the first full trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story assured fans of a look at the new film which hasn’t yet been provided.
Despite featuring TIE Fighters, Star Destroyers, the Millennium Falcon, Lando Calrissian and a lot more, the latest trailer appears to promise all the elements that fans have seen before. However, the upcoming Star Wars spinoff still looks to be something that has not yet been seen in the galaxy far, far away.
Fans saw a cool Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian, a close moment between Han and Chewbacca, and also some important visuals of Emilia Clarke’s portrayal of Qi’Ra in the film. However, there is a lot more than that.
Although it was riveting for fans to see the spanking clean hallways of the Millennium Falcon, the stylish gold draped star and the visuals of a space train zipping through the snow are also equally fascinating. Let’s also not forget about the Star Wars adaptation of Woody Harrelson!
The new trailer is replete with scenes which would make any Star Wars lover feel uncomfortable. Be it the head in the jar singing beside a gold draped diva, or the spiky enemy keen to battle atop the moving train, the new trailer has built the hype greatly.
The footage that we saw has the right ingredients for a great Star Wars film, and still, it is looking to be vastly different from any Star Wars movie which has ever been released so far.
We will find out more about Solo: A Star Wars Story, when it flies into the theaters on May 25th.