The anticipation for Han Solo’s standalone movie has just been dialled to eleven.
With just weeks to go until the release of the highly anticipated Solo: A Star Wars Story, Lucasfilm has released a series of beautifully artistic character posters for us all to enjoy. These incredible posters will have us all wishing the wait will zoom past in less than twelve parsecs…check them out:
First up is L3-37, the self-made/modified droid found working alongside Lando Calrissian. Played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, L3 is the first major female droid in the Star Wars universe.
Next up is Rio Durant (Voiced by Jon Favreau). This awesome new addition to the Star Wars universe is as mysterious as he is exciting but is seen throughout the latest series of trailers and TV Spots demonstrating his superb piloting skills.
Now we meet Dryden Vos (Paul Bethany), the main villain in Solo: A Star Wars Story. Vos is a cold and calculated crime lord and feared leader of the infamous Crimson Dawn, one of the most feared cartels in the galaxy.
The first entry in our heroic rogue’s gallery is Val (Thandie Newton). Details about Val are scarce but that only intensifies the mystery surrounding this awesome new character.
Tobias Beckett, Han Solo’s mentor and source of wisdom for our band of rogues is up next. This poster only solidifies the claim that Woody Harrelson was made for the Star Wars universe and will be a great addition to the galaxy far, far away.
The biggest smoothie in the galaxy is up next. Donald Glover steps into Billy Dee Williams’ shoes to play Lando Calrissian. The best dressed rogue in the Star Wars universe is destined to lose his beloved Millennium Falcon to the daring young Han Solo.
Qi’Ra (Emilia Clarke), Han Solo’s longtime friend and fellow rule-breaker, is redefining what it means to be a modern screen siren.
Our penultimate poster belongs to mighty Wookiee, Chewbacca. Reprising his role from sequels The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi, Joonas Suotamo strikes back as the greatest walking carpet in cinema history. He is the best friend and co-pilot to the young daring Han Solo.
And, finally, the best pilot in the galaxy takes his rightful place as leader of our rogue’s gallery. Han Solo, played by Alden Ehrenreich reinvents himself as the scruffiest-looking nerfherder in the Star Wars universe and takes on Lando Calrissian in a game of Sabacc with the reward being ownership of the Millennium Falcon.
Solo: A Star Wars Story arrives on our screens on May 24.
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