– by Seth McDonald

The Millennium Falcon, one of the most iconic spaceships in the history of cinema, is getting ready for another run. Come May 25, fans will see the beloved ship back in action in Solo: A Star Wars Story. While the film has had its share of issues during production, everything seems a go if the recently released trailer is anything to judge by.

While speaking with Entertainment Weekly, director Ron Howard discussed the Falcon, specifically one of the more noticeable changes to its design, the longer and more narrow nose of the ship.

“I wonder what that could be? You’ll have to see. The Falcon is a character in the movie, without a doubt. That machine is a defining factor in Han’s future. Every aspect of this movie moves, shifts, and transforms in very interesting and yet plausible ways.”

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The Falcon definitely has some alterations, but that is to be expected. Howard answers in a very sly manner when referring to the ships front end, implying the reason for the change in the design is important and is worth not spoiling. Remember, it may not even be Han’s ship at the start of the film, it would be great to see Han win it from Lando.

Han, Lando, and the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy fly into theaters May 25.

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Source: Entertainment Weekly