Alden Ehrenreich appears in a scene from "Solo: A Star Wars Story," which will premiere at the Cannes Film festival.
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LOS ANGELES: The new, young Han Solo says he has "a good feeling about this" in a trailer for "Solo: A Star Wars Story," reversing one of the best-known catchphrases in the sci-fi movie franchise. Fans are still watching to see if little-known Alden Ehrenreich can fill the shoes of Harrison Ford, whose dry-witted smuggler is one of the franchise's most popular characters. "Solo" is an origin story set some 10 years before the events of the 1977 "Star Wars" movie, when Ford starred as the cynical cowboy space pilot.Ehrenreich got warm reviews for quirky 2016 comedy "Hail, Caesar" – interesting, as he played a lunkheaded cowboy actor opposite Ralph Fiennes' pretentious director – and is otherwise little-known to generations of fervent "Star Wars" fans.
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