If we were still hungry for some-more of Solo: A Star Wars Story after yesterday’s brief Super Bowl TV spot, you’re in fitness — LucasFilm has expelled a second, longer teaser trailer for a arriving anthology film.
Roughly twice as prolonged as yesterday’s spot, a teaser facilities many of a same shots, usually this time they’re fleshed out with some-more context.
The teaser also gives us a initial representation of actor Alden Ehrenreich’s Han Solo voice, which, sounds zero like Harrison Ford, to be honest. Still, there’s copiousness of unscrupulous smirking going on, so maybe a rest of a actor’s opening will make adult for his rather whiny voice.
“Never tell me a odds!”
Along with a heaping of movement and spectacle, a teaser offers a bit of additional discernment into Han Solo’s backstory, with a character’s voiceover saying “I was kicked out of a moody academy for carrying a mind of my own.”
We also get to see Solo’s coach Tobias Beckett (Woody Harrelson) put together a organisation for Solo, including Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover), Qi’Ra (Emilia Clarke) and of course, Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo).
You can check out a second teaser trailer for Solo: A Star Wars story below. The film is set to be expelled on US Memorial Day weekend.