It's entirely possible that the legendary Kessel run, which we'll see in full-effect in the movie, may have something to do with the Falcon's rough appearance - which seems to have many obstacles and dangers through its path.
These new images also provide us with our best look yet at the Imperial Range trooper yet.
For anyone pondering (or even hoping) the possibility that Howard will also be lending his pipes to a new Star Wars creature, the filmmaker clarified that he's strictly sticking to behind-the-scenes work.
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All four of these figures will be available from retailers and online at HasbroToyShop.com this spring. With only an estimated decade between Solo and A New Hope, why is there such a drastic variation in the ship's overall appearance?
It includes our best information yet why the Falcon used to look so different in the front, when it had a tapered nose-it might have been equipped with canon blasters before it was mostly used by Han for smuggling.
As EW not-so subtly points out, "the nose of this toy appears to have weapons that swing out from the front and the nose clearly pulls out into a separate, smaller ship", which will remind fans of the Ghost from Star Wars Rebels.
"The Falcon should always reflect the personality of its captain."She wore several outfits and hairstyles in the Solo trailer, and the outfit her action figure is wearing most closely aligns to the joyride she and Han Solo take at the very beginning of the trailer. Fly into our comments below and let us know.