Ford, of course, has actually passed the torch to Ehrenreich, praising the new Star Wars film and even recently crashing the younger actor's interview for the film. But according to sources, Solo: A Star Wars Story is leaving out one important character in the film. "Particularly being in the Millennium Falcon, is very cool", said Alden Ehrenreich, 28, who stars as the titular hero.
"It's really wild. It's really exciting and it's bigger than you can wrap your head around".
"Get out of my chair!"
Daniels' Wookie appears in one scene involving Han and Chewbacca.
"It didn't feel right to do it without meeting him". I met him in his airplane hanger with five airplanes surrounding us. We then headed out through the Hollywood Hills for a ride down Mulholland Drive, taking in some of the most scenic and stunning views of the city.More news: Long Island weather: Chance of severe weather late Tuesday
"I think I just want to see more of his relationships with these characters", Ehrenreich said of what he hopes for in a potential sequel.
It's genuinely relieving to hear that Harrison Ford and Alden Ehrenreich have a good relationship.
The former Sith Lord built up an incredible criminal underworld network during the time of Star Wars: The Clone Wars until his old Master Darth Sidious/Emperor Palpatine thwarted his plans. While some fans were excited or just cautiously optimistic about the casting, there was a part of the Star Wars family that was simply unwilling to accept any Han Solo that wasn't played by Harrison Ford.
Glover has been in the headlines under his musical alias Childish Gambino with This is America, an acclaimed song and video that puts the US' issues at its forefront. The new film also features Glover stepping into a role closely associated with another actor: Billy Dee Williams played Calrissian in "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Return of the Jedi".
Last week, meanwhile, it was claimed that Ron, 64, reshot the majority of "Solo: A Star Wars Story".