A scene from "Solo: A Star Wars Story," starring Alden Ehrenreich as Han Solo.
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NEW YORK: The first trailer of "Solo: A Star Wars Story" has arrived, offering the first glimpse of the much-anticipated spinoff that's so far made the news for its plague of production troubles. After a 45-second ad for the latest "Star Wars" film played during Sunday's Super Bowl, a 90-second teaser trailer premiered Monday on "Good Morning America". Though punctuated by the brashness of Alden Ehrenreich's young Han Solo, the vibe of the trailer is a little chiller than was once forecast for "Solo". The trailer for the film, to be released May 25, seemed intent on assuring fans that "Solo" will be a more typically somber chapter in the sci-fi franchise.
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