Saturday, April 13, 2024

See How Ron Howard Is Openly Trolling ‘Star Wars’ Fans

Nothing has been normal regarding Star Wars Han Solo spinoff film this month. Following a very public firing of directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord by Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy, veteran Ron Howard was brought on to right the ship. Whether that ship required any supposed righting remains debatable as Lord and Miller’s credentials speak for themselves.

Regardless, the Han Solo movie is Howard’s now. Some fans might be mildly disappointed in the change of expectations—Howard and the Lord/Miller duo don’t exactly paint from the same palette—Howard is excited by the opportunity.

The film will reportedly extend its production through fall as a result in the change of directors. Considering the drama currently surrounding the movie, Howard isn’t just tasked with making a movie—though that’s still required. Because Star Wars is a treasured franchise, one various groups feel some ownership in, and don’t want to feel nervous regarding their movie. Furthermore, Star Wars is perhaps the most profitable franchise Disney or anyone else owns. It needs to be successful and cross the billion-dollar box office worldwide.

Yes, it’s all very serious and somber as you can tell. Howard is in the most enviable of positions. Which is why it’s encouraging he’s making a joke out of the whole thing.

Don’t worry, Howard shows even more exclusive behind-the-scenes looks.

Yes, Howard is trolling hungry Star Wars fans, but in the gentlest way possible. It’s a joke and should be taken that way. We hope Howard shares even more behind-the-scenes access in the coming months.


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