As Howard mentioned in his tweet, Favreau is now hard at work directing the live-action Lion King film, which stars Donald Glover (who's also in Solo: A Star Wars Story) as Simba, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter as Nala, James Earl Jones as Mufasa, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Scar, Billy Eichner as the meerkat Timon, Seth Rogen as the rambunctious warthog Pumbaa, John Oliver as Simba's avian advisor Zazu, John Kani as the wise baboon Rafiki, and Alfre Woodard as Simba's mother Sarabi.
It actually is a amusing little bit that will probably get a laugh.
These new images also provide us with our best look yet at the Imperial Range trooper yet. "I think audiences are gonna feel that love and excitement". A long while now, to be exact.
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The teaser trailers for Solo: A Star Wars Story yielded a unique vibe, different from other Star Wars films, or trailers for that matter.
Chatting to Entertainment Weekly in a separate interview, Kasdan - who also penned Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi in the Original Trilogy - revealed that he was brought in by Lucas to write a Solo-centric movie. She wore several outfits and hairstyles in the Solo trailer, and the outfit her action figure is wearing most closely aligns to the joyride she and Han Solo take at the very beginning of the trailer. 'I don't know, do we still want to do this Han thing? What does this mean for us Star Wars fans? 'What if he came on and worked with me? They made a deal with Jon, and he and I have been writing since for three years.
Solo: A Star Wars Story is slated for a May 25 release.
Along with a couple of shots of the ship we're finally getting the very first look at the minifigures' designs.