The “Solo” Directing Credit Has Been Sorted

Movie News


Following their firing after completing most of the movie, there’s been a big question over “Solo: A Star Wars Story” and the matter of how original helmers Phil Miller and Chris Lord will be credited.

The pair were replaced by Ron Howard who then subsequently reshot a bunch of the movie. That said, there’s still a lot of Lord and Miller’s work in there according to actors involved. Was it enough though to receive a directing credit?

Speaking at the third annual GLAS Animation Festival in California, Lord and Miller revealed what their final official credited involvement will be. It seems the pair will be credited as executive producers, while Howard will receive the sole directing credit. They say: “We were really proud of the many contributions we made to that film. In light of the creative differences, we elected to take an executive producer credit.”

Additionally, leaks from the “Solo” merchandise range have revealed that Lucasfilm has gone back into the old and abandoned expanded universe for some villains to use in the film – specifically The Cloud-Rider gang and their leader Enfys Nest.

The full-length “Solo” trailer is expected to arrive next month ahead of the “Avengers: Infinity War” release in late April. “Solo: A Star Wars Story” opens on May 25th.

This article is concerning Watch Free Movies Online and Free Movies Online for a lot of data please visit our website:


The “Solo” Directing Credit Has Been Sorted
Rate this post

Please follow and like us:
Movie News
Cinema Chains Consider Their Own MoviePass

  With CinemaCon on this week, the topic of movie subscription service MoviePass is set to come up numerous times. While exhibitors haven’t been keen on the third-party service, they may respond to it in a way others have suggested – offer their own monthly movie ticket subscription service. Deadline …

Movie News
“The Incredibles 2” Headed For Big Opening

  Though there has been a very long gap between films, fourteen years to be precise, anticipation for the sequel to Pixar’s family superhero animated film “The Incredibles” is high. The first film opened back in 2004 to $70.5 million, and now the earliest tracking figure estimates are in for …

Movie News
Trailer: Disneynature’s “Penguins” – Dark Horizons

  Disney has announced an Earth Day 2019 release for Disneynature’s “Penguins,” a new nature documentary dubbed a coming-of-age story about an Adelie penguin named Steve who joins millions of fellow males in the icy Antarctic spring on a quest to build a suitable nest, find a life partner and …