Believe it or not, but there's a new Star Wars movie flying into theaters next month-yes, next month.
A new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Kathleen Kennedy, the Lucasfilm president, said at the time, "It's become clear that we had different creative visions on this film, and we've made a decision to part ways".
And, according to The Guardian, reports that Ehrenreich needed on-set acting lessons don't help the film's chances of winning over critics, either.
The two-minute long trailer also shows the youthful Han embarking on his first trip to the new Millennium Falcon undertaking a series of daring escapades deep within a dark and risky criminal underworld.
The release of Solo: A Star Wars Story is right around the corner.
While I'm still not 100% sold on Ehrenreich as the title character, everyone else here looks great, especially Donald Glover as the smooth-talking, notorious gambler known as Lando Calrissian.
That means the Wookiee is a centenarian twice over when he runs into Luke Skywalker in that bar on Tatooine in the original "Star Wars: A New Hope".
Glover's Lando also plays a central role in the trailer for the Ron Howard-directed movie, while Paul Bettany's character, Dryden Vos, appears to be the primary antagonist.
Ron Howard was eventually brought in to finish the film, much like Tony Gilroy was hired to fix Rogue One months before it hit theaters. Recently, it was confirmed that Howard will be credited as the movie's sole director, with Lord and Miller taking executive producer credits.