Star Wars fans camp out alongside replica Millennium Falcon for 'Solo' premiere

Star Wars fans camp out alongside replica Millennium Falcon for 'Solo' premiere

Nissan has a long-running partnership with LucasFilm to promote new Star Wars movies so it comes as little surprise the company has unveiled a custom Rogue at the world premiere of Solo: A Star Wars Story. The Han Solo Season also brings in the very first Legendary Appearance in "Battlefront 2" with Leia's Boushh outfit from "Return of the Jedi".

Although Star Wars already has animated shows under its belt with Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels and the upcoming Star Wars Resistance, Favreau's will be the franchise's first live-action series made in a television format. How much of the film changed, and in what ways, will be a story that will surely continue to be told for some time, although fans should be hoping that it's not noticeable in the final product.

Expect to see the film's young stars such as Alden Ehrenreich (Han Solo), Emilia Clarke (Qi'Ra), and Donald Glover (Lando Calrissian) strolling past the vehicle on their way into the theater while attending the premiere.

It shouldn't be a surprise that Star Wars Battlefront II will feature a cross-promotional event with the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story film. Disney and Lucasfilm are releasing Solo on May 25.

The Millennium Falcon exists in a galaxy far, far away.

We used to have to wait 16 years for a new Star Wars movie - now these things are landing faster than an X-Wing in a Dagobah swamp. The posters and print material all look fun and stylized, but the actual trailer looks gray and unsatisfying.

EA teased that it's planning to add more changes in June with the second part of the Han Solo Season.

When it was announced that a new actor would take over the role of Han Solo from Harrison Ford, there was a lot of debate about who could do the character justice.

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