The cast of latest "Star Wars Story” endorses the idea of a solo Wookiee-themed installment.
A surprise appearance by a popular "Star Wars" character offers a glimpse at how a sequel could play out.
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."
Following its premiere in Hollywood, the first reactions to 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' are now in. And it could be time to breathe a sigh of relief.
Including Alden Ehrenreich’s acting coach, the contrasting directing styles of Chris Miller and Phil Lord and Ron Howard.
While it seemed like everyone on "This Is Us" was facing some serious issues, there was one person whose issue was actually something good.
On "This Is Us," Kevin Pearson was having the time of his life starring in a movie opposite Sylvester Stallone, until his dad's death was mentioned.
Ron Howard, director of untitled Young Han Solo film, steps up on social media, giving fans peeks into production that he came in from bullpen to finish
When a Twitter user asked when fans could expect a sequel to 'Willow,' director Ron Howard casually revealed Warwick Davis is in 'Star Wars' standalone
Ron Howard posts a shot of 'my director's monitor' from set of Han Solo film he's directing — which just happens to show Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian
It’s official: Ron Howard is taking over the Millennium Falcon cockpit recently vacated by Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s controversial ejection from Disney’s untitled Han Solo Star Wars prequel. Howard is of the same generation as screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan and producer Kathleen Kennedy both of whom, reports suggest, were behind the decision to switch directors even as the shoot was entering its final phases. Here are the films that paved the way for his first solo Star Wars assignment.
The filmmakers are also a diverse lot, from Beyoncé Knowles and the collaborators she enlisted for “Lemonade” to Oscar winners Ron Howard and Brian Grazer on The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years.
Holy Banana Stand! 13 years ago today, we first met the Bluth Family and learned how to accurately imitate a chicken. In honor of Arrested Development officially becoming a teenager, and a man in the Jewish tradition, we present Five Things You Never Knew About the Pilot…
Tom Hanks is making the rounds to promote Inferno, his third film as symbologist Robert Langdon, the hero of author Dan Brown’s best-selling adventures who deciphers historical clues to stave off global disaster. For Hanks, that’s involved the expected — hosting Saturday Night Live, visiting The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, where the late-night host discovered his inner Zoltar machine from Hanks’s 1988 film, Big; watch the highlights below.
Ron Howard and Tom Hanks were on the British daytime show "This Morning" to promote their new film, "Inferno," when co-host Eamonn Holmes accused Howard of something quite ghastly. “Ron, personally, I’ve never liked you,” Holmes said. You shot and killed John Wayne in his last ever movie, "The Shootist."