Original Solo: A Star Wars Story Directors Christopher Miller and Phil Lord reflect on their time on the iconic series.
Behind the scenes of ‘s drama Solo: A Star Wars Story is one of those things arguably more interesting than the movie itself. Initial The movie 21 street jumps Directors Christopher Miller and Phil Lord were appointed to direct the film and have completed most of the filming. For reasons that were always vague, the two were fired from Star Wars film and was replaced by Ron Howard.
The end result is completely consistent Star Wars film with critics reacting mostly positively to the film. However, the audience was not particularly interested in it. Duel will only make $392 million worldwide on a reported final $275 million budget. This caused Disney and LucasFilm to cancel all of their various individuals Star Wars movies and eventually helped get the studio to focus on Disney Plus installments for the franchise.
In a recent interview on Happy, sad, confused podcast, the two directors revealed their time on Solo: A Star Wars Story and reflect on the opportunity to work on a franchise. Lord began by talking a little inside about what they thought about making the film and what they took away from it:
“We’ve always wanted to do projects, like Han, who’s a scorer, and so that’s what we’ve always tried to do, that’s what we hope to do with those movies. . It’s funny, about [the original] Star Wars, it’s an indie film made outside of the Hollywood system. And Han is the spirit of that independence and that’s why we are always inspired to work with people.
The good news is that they can’t take what you’ve learned. We have learned a lot. We have to work with the greatest people, we have a lot of friends. We, what we call it in cartoons, put the ‘pencil mile’ under our belts and it makes us better filmmakers in the long run. So, to put it funny, there’s obviously a lot of negative emotion associated with that, but the way I feel about it now, like how I feel about all these projects, that’s you. just trying to get better and learn and collaborate with people and that’s not going away. “
Miller then revealed how they work Duel influenced the way they viewed Star Wars movie:
“It definitely has color [the experience]you also know how sausages are made, so you’re actually watching [and say], ‘Oh, I know where that prop comes from. I saw that rack in the warehouse. ‘ Something like that, so it’s very interesting that way. ”
Lord continued to declare that, even though they were working Solo: A Star Wars Story they still willing to root for others behind the movie:
“And very easy to root [Star Wars: The Last Jedi writer/director] Rian Johnson for example. Just spend more time with him and watch his movies come together. It’s really easy to root [Rogue One: A Star Wars Story director] Gareth [Edwards], was on the ground watching him put that together. And continuously, through the ILM team, there are so many great craftsmen that we love. Creatures that shop for humans are amazing. ”
This is the official summary for Solo: A Star Wars Story:
Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a distant galaxy in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new adventure featuring the galaxy’s most beloved scoundrel. Through a series of daring escapes deep within the dark and dangerous criminal underworld, Han Solo meets the mighty future co-pilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian, in an epic confrontation. The journey will guide one of the most unlikely heroes in the Star Wars saga.
Directed by Ron Howard from a screenplay written by Lawrence Kasdan and his son Jon Kasdan, Solo: A Star Wars Story stars Alden Ehrenreich, Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover, Thandiwe Newton, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Joonas Suotamo and Paul Bettany.
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