Yahoo Entertainment has an exclusive sneak peek at the "Ant-Man and the Wasp" Lego set that will be available at San Diego Comic-Con.
It's been a surprisingly strong year for quality films — and, yes, we're including "Solo" in the mix. See what else makes the midway cut.
From the blockbusters "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Black Panther" to the underachieving "Solo" and "Tomb Raider," these are the notable hits and misses midway through 2018.
Alden Ehrenreich and the cast of "Solo: A Star Wars Story" answer a series of burning questions.
The cast of latest "Star Wars Story” endorses the idea of a solo Wookiee-themed installment.
Ron Howard's film mines distant corners of that galaxy far, far away for all sorts of fan-rewarding moments.
See early sketches and designs for the new film's key characters, planets, and vehicles.
A surprise appearance by a popular "Star Wars" character offers a glimpse at how a sequel could play out.
Thandie Newton calls more diversity in the new "Star Wars" movies "a huge gift to this generation."
Oscar-winning director Ron Howard talks about replacing directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller more than halfway through the production of "Solo: A Star Wars Story."
Alden Ehrenreich and Donald Glover talk about their experiences with "Star Wars" legends Harrison Ford and Billy Dee Williams.
Ron Howard says "Solo" is Chewie's best role ever, and the Wookiee is definitely feeling it in this delightful video plugging new charitable initiative.
The summer movie season starts earlier than usual this year. But such is the superpower of the Avengers — when they move their release date up (from May 4 to April 27), the entire idea of what constitutes summer films moves with it. Avengers: Infinity War will kick things off with a bang, but beyond just a handful of other titles ( Solo: A Star Wars Story , Ocean’s 8, Deadpool 2 , Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom , Incredibles 2 , Ant-Man and the Wasp , and Mission: Impossible – Fallout ), the season is surprisingly light on tentpoles. That’s all well and good, since it will give moviegoers more bandwidth to catch some decidedly lower-budget but just as promising fare like the Sundance breakouts Hereditary; Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot; and Sorry to Bother You , comedies like Tag , Action Point, and The Happytime Murders , and the sure-to-be-acclaimed bio-docs Won’t You Be My Neighbor? , Pope Francis , and Whitney . Read on for our countdown of the most anticipated summer movies.