Solo: A Star Wars Story

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It's finally got an official title. Very creative :lol: Does the job nicely though 8)

http://www.starwars.com/news/official-n ... m-revealed

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They have had it on their crew wear for months. No big surprise.

I thought the might have gone the "Han Solo and Last Kessel Run' kind of Indiana route

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He better do the Kassel Run in less than 12 parceks in this film.
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Really hope it’s good. Fingers crossed! :shock:

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I have a real good feeling about this film, I reckon it will be as epic as Rogue One.

Release on 25th May next year too, wow!, that will come around fast!
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I was initially really concerned about them touching this character at all, but I have renewed faith now Ron Howard is on board. Apollo 13 is on my all time favourite film list, so I'm thinking Solo will be great. I'm also really impressed by his approach to engaging fans on Instagram too.

Pretty exciting to think this is still on track to be released on the real Star Wars day too... maybe it can start to erase that May the 4th facebook born bullshit in the process!

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SAVORY100 wrote:May the 4th facebook born bullshit
Wow, I did not know that!

Now I don't wanna celebrate it ever again. :lol:
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subzero wrote:
SAVORY100 wrote:May the 4th facebook born bullshit
Wow, I did not know that!

Now I don't wanna celebrate it ever again. :lol:
Afraid it's true... 'May The Fourth Be With You" was quoted a few times before Facebook came about in publicised media etc.; oddly out of context in politics in the UK... but it was popularised from 2008 onwards through groups on Facebook celebrating Skywalker day.

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SAVORY100 wrote:
subzero wrote:
SAVORY100 wrote:May the 4th facebook born bullshit
Wow, I did not know that!

Now I don't wanna celebrate it ever again. :lol:
Afraid it's true... 'May The Fourth Be With You" was quoted a few times before Facebook came about in publicised media etc.; oddly out of context in politics in the UK... but it was popularised from 2008 onwards through groups on Facebook celebrating Skywalker day.
Interesting to know, I always assumed it was initially started off for conventions or something similar to that.
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