Solo: A Star Wars Story opens on May 25.
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It doesn't look like young Han Solo is going to waste any time kickstarting his smuggling career in Solo: A Star Wars Story.
According to US sources like industry website Screen Rant, the latest Solo trailer will air on US TV tonight during ABC's American Idol. Regardless, fans will probably gobble every bit of (new) canon info they can get to piece together the pieces of what made Han Solo the colorful, nearly enigmatic, swashbuckling rogue he was by the time of Episode IV.
Han asks Chewie - who is revealed in the trailer to be 190 years old - what he thinks about his plans.
Star Wars fans will recognize that's a nod to the oft-repeated line, "I've got a bad feeling about this" that pops up in every Star Wars film, even making its way into the novels, comics and cartoons.