Alden Ehrenreich Says He's Signed For Two More Movies As Han Solo


Alden Ehrenreich Says He's Signed For Two More Movies As Han Solo

Carla Harmon
April 25, 2018

Solo: A Star Wars Story actor Alden Ehrenreich has certainly been feeling very chatty lately, and the mouth of the actor playing a young Han Solo as a hot shot flyboy who wants to be the best pilot in the galaxy may have just written a check Lucasfilm hopes his body will cash. It also seems that the actor might have revealed more than he should as he said, "I don't know if that's officially, uh, public". "I knew what I was doing, but in terms of what that adds up to, you're so in the dark as an actor".

During an interview with Esquire, Ehrenreich let slip he had signed up for three movies as the younger version of the character made famous by Harrison Ford.

"On a personal level, it felt emotional, for them to be going after we'd set out on that course together", Ehrenreich continued.


"Solo: A Star Wars Story" star Alden Ehrenreich calls BS on some of the rumors circulating around about the "Star Wars" standalone movie.

The film is directed by Ron Howard from a script by Jonathan Kasdan & Lawrence Kasdan. "We tried a lot of different things, rethinking behind the scenes", Ehrenreich said about Lord and Miller's style. While we are aware the events of the film mostly take place more than a decade before Han met Luke in Mos Eisley, the film's narrative could include a jump forward in time to the events that led up to him walking into the cantina on Tatooine.

"But I think at that point, they were kind of on board with (the decision), too".


Esquire was also able to get ahold of Miller and Lord via email, where they talked a bit about their original ideas for the film. "For a crew to do that would mean they hated them (Lord and Miller), which was not by any stretch the case".

Six years have passed since the Mouse House's historic acquisition of Lucasfilm, and in that time, the industry giant has launch three big-name blockbusters in The Force Awakens, Rogue One, and The Last Jedi.


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