I think George felt pretty great about that. By keeping the details about how much of the film is his vs. I think audiences are gonna feel that love and excitement..
"So, it's not like there's anything I can really add to it because the last thing I want to do is...[reopen a wound]". I dont really want to be specific about that because, again, I dont even want that to matter to fans.
Now the Star Wars boss has given clarifications regarding why she had to make the decision to replace them with Ron Howard. "They're incredibly talented guys, and all anyone at Imagine Entertainment wants to do is find a way to work with Chris and Phil, and that's every bit as much the case today as ever", Howard pointed out. I could understand why youd ask, and some might even be curious, but look, everybody who has been involved in this has done nothing but love what this movie could be, and thats been the vibe around it. The third one is you don't show up at their coffee shop and say, "You are going to burn it...' You just say 'Nope, gone, history, I'm moving forward'". "There's even one little moment in a scene that - I can't tell you what, sorry - but in the scene on the Millennium Falcon where George said, 'Why doesn't Han just do this.' It actually is a amusing little bit that will probably get a laugh".
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He had meant to just kind of stop by and say hi, and he stayed five hours, Kennedy says.
While Solo: A Star Wars Story is arguably looking like a pretty solid film (though I guess it depends on how much you're willing to let go of Harrison Ford's depiction of the character), it has certainly been through the wringer in terms of production drama. In 1973, Lucas wrote and directed a little picture by the name of American Graffiti, one that starred a not-yet-20-years-old Howard as one of a few high school grads cruising the strip. These are really great guys and you know, nobody wanted this to happen. If you look up Longcross Studios in Chertsey, where Solo was shot, on the satellite image service and then head a little to the East, you can clearly see Han Solo's spaceship, the Millennium Falcon.
As Carey Mulligan pointed out to Variety: "If [Mudbound director and screenwriter] Dee Rees was a white man she'd be directing the next Star Wars".