Full Teaser Trailer For Solo: A Star Wars Story Flies Into Our Galaxy

After months of no teasers or trailers whatsoever, Disney and Lucasfilm have now revealed the first full length trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story following the 45 second Super Bowl TV spot that debuted last night.

The TV spot did not show much as most of the characters were hidden, but this new teaser trailer shows more on how Alden Ehrenreich plays a young Han Solo.

We also get to see some more glimpses of the action including the Millennium Falcon flying around and more.

Despite the character of Han Solo being popular thanks to Harrison Ford's performance, the reception for Alden Ehrenreich in this teaser trailer has been mixed among Star Wars fans.

Looking at the comments on social media, some people feel he does not look or sounds like a young Han Solo at all.

That said, this is just a teaser so hopefully Alden Ehrenreich can show us more of his acting chops in the full movie.

After all, the movie went through a lot of reshoots following Ron Howard overtaking the director's chair from both Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.

One thing that stays true to the character is Chewbacca. You can never make Chewbacca look or sound different as he will always be a furry Wookie.

It will be interesting to see how successful Solo: A Star Wars Story will fare at the Box Office with its May 25th, 2018 release date.

It comes out a few weeks after Avengers: Infinity War as well as the untitled Deadpool sequel.

Rogue One managed to overcome the odds to become a solid standalone entry. Hopefully Solo is able to be successful despite the troubled production schedule the film has been facing.

Anyway, you can look at the full trailer for yourself down below. Are you going to check out Solo or are you going to wait for Episode IX instead?

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