Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson reviews Solo

Everyone took the platform to share their thoughts on the premier and what to expect from the movie.

Harrison Ford left behind some sizable shoes, and Ehrenreich - making a stratospheric leap after his breakthrough role in "Hail, Caesar!" - initially struggles to fill them. "Once it kicks into its hey-let's-make-a-crew, and yes-also-do-a-heist stuff, it totally flies".

Keep your eyes open for the additional Wookiee's that we'll see in Solo: A Star Wars Story, because one of them is actually Anthony Daniels.

Donald Glover stars as a young Lando Calrissian, the renowned scavenger and original owner of the Millenium Falcon. It does take a bit to get used to Alden as Han, but after 30 minutes or so your brain adjusts. Why couldn't Calrissian: A Star Wars Story basically reverse the relationship and put Lando in the lead, with Han as a supporting character to his next crime?

Star Wars UK announced the change in release date on Twitter to the delight of UK fans who are already hurrying to pre-book tickets online for the midnight premier.

Jacki Jing, " I'm completely floored. "Interviewing the stars of the film tomorrow, can not wait".

"I don't want to give away too much, but there is a little talk of Willow", the filmmaker said.

Perhaps one of the most prevalent rumors is that Ehrenreich needed an acting coach to advise him. "I was borderline jobless when I got this role", he said.

However, Maul does escape and flees back into the darkness, not resurfacing until much later during Star Wars Rebels.

Newcomers Qi'ra (Emilia Clarke), Val (Thandie Newton), Tobias Beckett (Woody Harrelson) and Dryden Vos (Paul Bettany) all bring something new to the holochess table, but the heart of Solo, at least for me, lies within the blossoming friendship between Han and Chewbacca.

It's plausible this new head honcho is a brand-spanking new character, but other names you might have heard of have now surfaced to the top of the Solo: A Star Wars Story rumors mill. This all really depends on how we all respond to Ehrenreich's Han, but if it's good, then we could definitely support this move.

But my fear is "Solo" shows signs that Disney/Lucasfilm are hitting a point where the beloved "Star Wars" universe could be headed to a watered-down moment.