'Solo: A Star Wars Story' action figures debut ahead of Toy Fair


LEGO reveals Kessel Run Millennium Falcon out this April

Lego also revealed its newest Millennium Falcon set, which it's officially calling the "Kessel Run Millennium Falcon". Solo director Ron Howard took to Twitter to confirm Favreau's involvement in the upcoming Star Wars origin spin-off today.

The poster, revealed on Twitter, promptly features all of the main characters in Solo, including Alden Ehrenreich's Han Solo, Donald Glover's Lando Calrissian, and Emilia Clarke's Qi'Ra.

We've already seen the Kessel Run Millennium Falcon, as it's called, in the first trailer for the film, plus some pixelated shots that leaked out last month.

As for the content of the movie itself, we've since learned that screenwriters Lawrence Kasdan and Jon Kasdan were influenced by stories like Treasure Island and Heat while crafting the origin tale of Han Solo-a film set in the criminal underworld, about a young man who becomes corrupted just enough to turn into the lovable rogue we know from Harrison Ford's iteration of the performance.

And because apparently it's a law and you can't have a new Star Wars movie without a new type of stormtrooper, there's also an Imperial range trooper, who looks like he could have been used as a reinforcement on Hoth.

Lacazette out for up to six weeks
However, Wenger was downbeat when asked about the groin injury that ruled Ramsey out of Saturday's 1-0 derby loss at Tottenham. France worldwide Alexandre Lacazette has reportedly undergone a knee surgery which could rule him for a month at the least.

The site reports that Hasbro's Solo: A Star Wars Story Black Series figures will be hitting shelves this spring ahead of the film's May 25th release date.

It seems we learn something new about Solo every other day now.

That's a whole lot of new toys for us to add to our chest.

"Where Han gave it a certain shabby coolness and a dinged up quality that reflected where he was at that point in his life, this Falcon reflects its owner very clearly in its shape and aesthetic and his needs, even if those needs be a little more space to entertain", co-writer Jon Kasdan told Entertainment Weekly.

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