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– by Seth McDonald

Solo: A Star Wars Story is just around the corner now. The man who won the right to play the younger version of the iconic Han Solo recently spoke with ComingSoon and discussed both sets of directors that worked on the film, being Phil Lord and Chris Miller (who eventually left the project) and Hollywood veteran, Ron Howard, who came in roughly four months into shooting to finish the film.

“Phil and Chris like were really wonderful and I loved working with them and they just kind of had a different vision for the movie I think than the studio wanted. Ron is such a wonderful director and has so much experience and is so enthusiastic and just really kind of loves the Star Wars tone.”

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Like many fans, I am curious as to how Lord and Miller’s version was so different, hopefully someday soon we will get more detailed information on what they were doing. Ehrenreich was very respectful and courteous to Lord and Miller and spoke of Howard with much admiration. If the film turns out to be a success and judging by early reactions it appears that it will, perhaps the film can then stand on its own, and separate itself from its troubled production.

Solo: A Star Wars Story open May 25.

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Source; ComingSoon