Taron Egerton has opened up about how he got here near taking part in Han Solo in 2018’s Star Wars spin off, Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Egerton revealed he auditioned for the a part of a younger model of Harrison Ford’s iconic character within the 2018 prequel. The half ultimately went to Alden Ehrenreich.
Talking on the ‘Comfortable Unhappy Confused‘ podcast, Egerton mentioned he ended up pulling out of the method earlier than the ultimate public sale.
“I’ll be sincere: I received on the Falcon. I used to be with Chewie,” he defined. “I used to be within the full costume…And there was yet another…there was one other spherical [of auditions] that I made a decision to not do. And it’s far sufficient previously now that I really feel like I can say that. I hope nobody feels aggravated that I’ve mentioned it.”
In 2020, Alden mentioned he would contemplate taking part in Han Solo once more. “It relies on what it’s. It relies on the way it’s carried out. It relies upon if it feels innate to the story,” he mentioned on the time.
He additionally mentioned there have been no official plans for an additional ‘Solo’ sequel simply but. “I believe our film was sort of the final of the conventional-era Star Wars film releases”, he defined.
The official pilot for Solo: A Star Wars Story learn: “Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far-off in Solo: A Star Wars Story, an all-new journey with essentially the most beloved scoundrel within the galaxy.”
“Via a sequence of daring escapades deep inside a darkish and harmful felony underworld, Han Solo meets his mighty future copilot Chewbacca and encounters the infamous gambler Lando Calrissian in a journey that can set the course of one of many Star Wars saga’s impossible heroes.”
Regardless of excessive expectation concerning the movie, it wasn’t successful within the field workplace upon its launch.
Harrison Ford gave his verdict on the movie, with the movie’s director Ron Howard claiming that the actor was “raving about it” after seeing the completed model.