Jon Favreau's Star Wars TV series set after Return of the Jedi

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Enfys Nest has been said to be the villain of the flick.

He voices a four-armed alien in Solo: A Star Wars Story and also recently signed on to write and produce a live-action Star Wars television series.

Details have been released for the upcoming Han Solo Season in Star Wars Battlefront II, which celebrates Solo: A Star Wars Story's approaching June launch.

While promoting his new film, Solo: A Star Wars Story, he's faced questions about his latest music under the Childish Gambino moniker and his personal life. Before players experience the new content inspired by the film, the season will take them on "a trip back to the original trilogy".

That timeline, between Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: The Force Awakens, will also be the focus of Resistance, a new animated series from Star Wars Rebels executive producer Dave Filoni. Harrison Ford's portrayal of the gruff smuggler in the original "Star Wars" catapulted him to stardom and has become one of the characters most closely associated with the actor. "He was so funny in this video, I thought, 'I have found the next really funny comedian.' But most of his choices have been in drama and people don't know how really funny he is".


"The big surprise for me was Phoebe Waller-Bridge (Bridge-Waller?) who has a few of the funniest moments I've ever seen in a Star Wars movie".

"Who the character was and the conversations he had for so many years with George about how that character developed". They could show a youthful Ben Solo we suppose, but that would be tricky without having Han Solo, Leia or Luke around as well. Hmm... I find that hard to believe, but Donald Glover's Lando does a good job of selling that pitch.

Are you excited to see the adventures of young Han Solo?

In the meantime, Solo opens May 24 in Australia and May 25 in the U.S. and UK.

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