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solo star wars back to the future OR

solo star wars back to the future OR

solo star wars back to the future

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George Lucas began developing a Han Solo prequel in 2012, and commissioned Lawrence Kasdan to write the screenplay. After Lucas sold Lucasfilm to Disney in 2012, Kasdan was hired to write Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015), leaving his son Jonathan to complete the Solo script. Principal photography began in January 2017 at Pinewood Studios, with directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. Both were fired in June 2017 following "creative differences" with Lucasfilm, and Howard was hired as their replacement. With an estimated production budget of at least $275 million, Solo is one of the most expensive films ever made.

The first official teaser trailer was released on February 5, 2018. Graeme McMillan of The Hollywood Reporter criticized the trailer as "dull", and compared it negatively to the look of Rogue One, opining that the visuals "should be the hive of scum and villainy of the Cantina of the very first movie, filled with colorful aliens and things happening all over the place. That busyness, the sense of danger and hustle, feels appropriate for Solo in a way that what's on show in this first trailer simply doesn't." He also noted that several plot elements presented in the trailer were reminiscent of The Han Solo Trilogy, a series of novels published in 1997 and 1998. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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So, once you've got past the chase sequence that's basically "Back to the Future Part II" meets "Solo: A Star Wars Story" and Locutus of Tatooine giving chase on a Lambretta, you can enjoy the rest of the episode. With the Mos Espa Mods now working for him, Fett returns to his bacta tank and we see the primary flashback portion of this episode. He leaves the Tusken encampment and heads into town on business. However, the Pyke crime syndicate has double-crossed him. Instead of having made a deal, Fett returns to the encampment and finds it utterly destroyed in a pre-emptive attack by a rival gang, the Kintan Striders.

These references are probably the highest-profile confirmation that the expanded universe isn’t dead and gone; it’s being salvaged for the occasional character, planet, or ship. It isn’t being rebooted, exactly. Solo presents a very different origin story for Han, even if many of the base components are recognizable. It makes sense that Lucasfilm would borrow from its own past iterations. Many people put a lot of effort into developing the EU between 1991 and 2014, generating an incredible world. While the expanded universe has a rich story of its own, Lucasfilm opted to reboot the universe to free up the hands of filmmakers for the new generation of films. But while those stories are no longer canon, it’s clear that they’re still an invaluable resource for Lucasfilm. Longtime fans may see more of it coming back in the future, as the Star Wars film franchise continues to delve into the backstories of characters like Obi-Wan Kenobi and Boba Fett. (Source: www.theverge.com)

 

 

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