But then a amusing thing happened on the way to the Kessel Run: A new trailer for the "Star Wars" prequel dropped Sunday night that quells much of the unease.
Like the standalone Rogue One, Solo: A Star Wars Story is banking on the curiosity of fans of the franchise to get a chance for a peek into a world and time outside the trilogy of trilogies.
The trailer was packed with set pieces and even some awesome throwbacks to classic Star Wars moments, but was it enough to get people excited for the new movie? Qi'ra and Han grew up together, and it's clear there's some attraction between the two, but it's unclear how far it will go, particularly since since Han and Leia are the only Star Wars couple fans are willing to ship.
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We'll have to wait until Solo's release on May 25 to find out.
Clarke's new character Qi'ra tells Han he looks good-a "little rough around the edges, but good"-and suggests he is "after something".
Zippy one-liners and revelations about our old pal Chewbacca are prominently featured in the long-awaited full-trailer of "Solo: A Star Wars Story".
In Solo, Lando boasts to Han that "everything you've heard about me is true".
Solo: A Star Wars Story makes the jump to light speed in a high-octane adventure that navigates the perils of a dark and unsafe criminal underworld, forges new friendships that will last a lifetime, and reveals untold secrets from the hidden past of one of the Star Wars saga's most unlikely heroes.