Promos for “Solo: A Star Wars Story” are popping out in full Drive, as Disney launched the film’s second in as many days Monday.
A minute-and-a-half teaser trailer for the upcoming standalone film a few younger Han Solo premiered on “Good Morning America” and revealed slightly extra in regards to the flick than Sunday night time’s 45-second TV spot, which was unveiled through the Tremendous Bowl.
In Monday’s trailer, Solo — who’s portrayed by Alden Ehrenreich — intones that he was kicked out of the flight academy lengthy earlier than he grew to become the gutsy pilot followers got here to like within the unique “Star Wars” trilogy.
“I have been operating scams on the streets since I used to be 10,” Ehrenreich’s Solo says within the trailer “I used to be kicked out of the flight academy for having a thoughts of my very own. I will be a pilot. Finest within the galaxy.”
It is unclear which flight academy he is speaking about within the teaser, although a clip proven in Sunday’s business confirmed Solo discussing his piloting aspirations with an Imperial official.
The brand new clip additionally confirmed much more of Emilia Clarke’s character, Qi’ra, who appears to have an in depth relationship with Solo.
“I is perhaps the one one that is aware of what you actually are,” she tells him at one level.
Woody Harrelson — whose character, Beckett, serves as a mentor to the long run smuggler — can be proven telling Solo and Chewbacca that he is assembling a crew, which they comply with be a part of.
Additionally of notice in Monday’s teaser is the looks of a brand new droid who sits within the cockpit with Lando Calrissian (performed by Donald Glover), in addition to a shot of a menacing villain in a masks.
Little has been revealed in regards to the precise storyline of the most recent “Star Wars” standalone, apart from the truth that Solo’s journey contains his assembly Chewbacca and coming throughout Lando, in keeping with Disney’s movie description.
Disney launched 4 film posters for the film Monday after its official teaser trailer premiered.
The film serves because the second standalone within the “Star Wars” universe, following 2016’s “Rogue One,” and is the fourth cinematic launch from a galaxy far, far since Disney bought Lucasfilm in 2012.
It is due in theaters on Could 25.