As such, below we’ve got the very first Han Solo movie images if you want a closer look at what we just saw.
But while we waited a long time for this first promo, reports say a full trailer for the film will drop tomorrow on Good Morning America, so check back here at Nerdist for complete coverage.
Check it out, below.
They didn’t mess about either – they’ve got in Hollywood legend and Apollo 13 director Ron Howard to do it. We can only hope that a promised Monday trailer will answer more questions before this film reaches movie theaters on May 28, 2018 (Memorial Day in the United States). Han Solo is one of the most memorable and iconic characters in the franchise whose origins we have yet to see fleshed out beyond knowing he is a smuggler.
Star Wars fans are gearing up for a huge 24 hours.
I’m sorry, and of course – the Millennium Falcon. But WHAT a teaser!
One thing we know about Solo: it’s a heist picture.
Awesome teaser. New droids, new planets, new friends, new foes. Now that it’s February, how early are we going to see another trailer before the film’s May release?
It may be because the studio wanted to wait until “Last Jedi” stopped its run, which is what happened in 2016 when Disney waited until the “Force Awakens” hype died down to promote “Rogue One”.
The spot features Han Solo (Ehrenreich) interviewing for a spot in the Imperial military, seeking to become “the best pilot in the galaxy”.
Has a heist feel, right away it felt like it was the episode from Firefly “The Train Job”.
Similarly, Solo reveals how Han and Chewie met in the new official movie timeline, as shown by that tentative Wookiee arm on Han’s shoulder at the end.
I’m liking the look of it so far.