Alden Ehrenreich and the cast of "Solo: A Star Wars Story" answer a series of burning questions.
Ron Howard's film mines distant corners of that galaxy far, far away for all sorts of fan-rewarding moments.
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."
Emilia Clarke gleefully recalls turning bright red watching Brad Pitt bid for some QT with her to watch "GoT."
Ron Howard had his work cut out for him stepping into <em>Solo: A Star War Story – </em>not only in working with a beloved franchise but picking up for other directors and the vision created 40 years ago by George Lucas. Howard told Stephen Colbert on <em>The Late Show</em> that Lucas – who he has known since the '70s, before Star Wars – is still invested in his characters and in what Han and Chewy would do in <em>Solo</em>. Howard recalled a day when Lucas visited the <em>Solo</em> set and observed a scene, casually saying "You know what Han would really do there?" "I said, 'What?'" Howard told Colbert. "And he told me the joke, he gave me a little joke. And I said, 'Hey, guess what? Here’s what we’re gonna do in the next take.' So I know when I hear a good idea." The fact that Lucas, as well as scribes Lawrence and Jonathan Kasdan, was as invested in telling Han Solo's origin story while being true to the original films should comfort Star Wars fans anxiously awaiting <em>Solo</em>. Colbert also tried to get Howard to spill some details about the upcoming movie (the Kessel Run!), but given that Howard had to sign an NDA the second he joined the project, he kept quiet. <em>Solo</em> flies into theaters May 25. Find showtimes and theaters near you.
To celebrate May the 4th, the Lego Master Builders have constructed a rideable version of the smuggler's signature ship. See how they did it.
Ahead of "Solo," Lando Calrissian's alter ego takes us inside the beloved bucket of bolts when it was still factory-new.
The trailer for the 'Star Wars' prequel 'Solo: A Star Wars Story,' set a decade before 'A New Hope,' shows how our favorite bounty hunter became part of the criminal underworld,
Here's your sneak peek at the coolest toys from upcoming "Star Wars" installment.
A French artist posted photographic evidence on Facebook suggesting that Disney artists borrowed his concept in their graphics for the upcoming film.
Disney drops a minute-long sneak peek of the Ron Howard-helmed film ahead of its full-length promo Monday on "Good Morning America."
The latest discovery of the Millennium Falcon on Google Maps represents another round in the cat-and-mouse game between producers and fans.
Woody Harrelson knew that he’d be crazy to turn down a Star Wars movie — and yet, he nearly did. When Harrelson was first approached about Solo, the upcoming Han Solo stand-alone film, he wasn’t convinced that it was worth his time. As the actor told Yahoo Entertainment’s Kevin Polowy, he’d been in this situation before, with another beloved franchise.