Alden Ehrenreich likens Star Wars to the Central Intelligence Agency

LUCASFILMThe character picks up the character as a young rogue

LUCASFILMThe character picks up the character as a young rogue

Actor Alden Ehrenreich, who will be next seen as the eponymous Han Solo in "Solo: A Star Wars Story", said working in the film felt like being in the Central Intelligence Agency due to the level of secrecy around the project.

The ad spot opens with a different part of the train heist that we saw in the last trailer.

There's some fun jokes between Chewbacca and Han Solo. It includes a voiceover of Han counting down before everything explodes and we see a ship, we assume containing our heroes, racing away in the nick of time.

We are, of course, referring to Han and Chewbacca, otherwise known as the galaxy's greatest double act.

A Star Wars Story from a screenplay written by Jonathan Kasdan & Lawrence Kasdan. There's Han Solo shows the alignment of cards Chewbacca, and the furry mechanic in his usual manner emotionally and with shouts the man explains what he thinks about this game. Since the cards are clearly in Aurebesh, the Star Wars language, it's hard to tell at a glance whether they're good or not.

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Such a cool moment to get to witness between the most iconic duo in Star Wars Universe.

The first screening of "Han Solo".

The film will focus on Han Solo and Chewbacca's adventures years before the events of "Star Wars: A New Hope" including their early encounters with Lando Calrissian.

With just over a month to go before the film's release, Disney is ramping up the marketing for the next Star Wars movie.

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