SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY Gets A Trio Of Stunning New Posters; Han Clashes With Val In A New Clip

A second clip for Solo: A Star Wars Story is now online, featuring Han, Beckett and Val on Mimban. We also have three lovely new posters, one of which pays homage to Han's first appearance in A New Hope...

As the marketing for Solo: A Star Wars Story kicks into high gear ahead of the film's Hollywood premiere this Thursday, Lucasfilm has debuted three gorgeous new posters and a second clip.

This latest sneak peek of our upcoming return to the galaxy far, far away is brief, but it does showcase Alden Ehrenreich's best work yet as the younger version of the iconic space-smuggler.

To view all of the posters and the clip at once, simply click on the VIEW LIST (ONE PAGE) button below!


The Good



Well, they may not be "good" exactly, but they are our heroes!

This first poster features Han, Chewie, Lando and the rest of the criminal gang we'll be getting acquainted with when Solo: A Star Wars Story hits theaters on May 25.

The Bad



The villains of the piece are spotlighted here.

Though Dryden Voss will most likely wind up being the film's "big bad", this poster features the enigmatic Enfys Nest and her gang of marauders who are known as the Cloud-Riders.

 

The Scoundrel



This final poster is arguably the best of the bunch.

Star Wars fans should immediately recognize Han's relaxed pose as a callback to his introduction in A New Hope, as he was sitting like this just before he blew Greedo's head off.

You know, that whole "Han shot first" thing you may have heard of.

 

"I Want In"



Woody Harrelson debuted this second sneak peek from Solo: A Star Wars Story on Jimmy Kimmel last night.

The brief clip features Han blowing Beckett and Val's cover on Mimban as they're preparing to pull off a heist. The latter does not take kindly to the interruption!

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