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Alden Ehrenreich & Donald Glover Look So Handsome at 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Premiere!

Alden Ehrenreich & Donald Glover Look So Handsome at 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Premiere!

Like Han Solo, the Lando Calrissian we'll see in Solo: A Star Wars Story hasn't quite grown into the man we meet in The Empire Strikes Back who's running Cloud City and trying to be a respectable businessman... well, mostly respectable.

Other first-lookers - including Mashable's Angie J. Han and Yahoo Entertainment's Kevin Polowy - had praise, too, for Ehrenreich's co-stars Thandie Newton (who plays Val) and Phoebe Waller-Bridge (as the droid L3), as well as Donald Glover, who inherits Billy Dee Williams's Lando Calrissian role.

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14 days before Solo hits theaters, the first critic reactions hit the internet, and one day after the Deadpool 2 thoughts hit the internet.

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Meanwhile, the film's director, Ron Howard, addressed the big Hutt in the room was addressed with the sort of understated grace that has marked his entire time as the director of Solo: A Star Wars Story.

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The filmmaker shared in an Instagram story, "Donald Glover is great in it, but duh". He voices a four-armed alien in Solo: A Star Wars Story and also recently signed on to write and produce a live-action Star Wars television series.

"I got a really good feeling about this", Solo says in the trailer. Ehrenreich confirmed he had signed a contract to play Solo in three movies and said he was anxious to step into the role again in future installments. Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the directors of 21 and 22 Jump Street, were hired to helm the film yet ended up leaving the project due to "creative differences". He also mentions that she has perhaps the funniest moment in any Star Wars film. "And I'm sure they're going to keep making these things long after I'm gone".

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