If you thought you could finish out the week without one more Solo news story, think again! New info has just emerged about the three new potentially villainous Solo characters played by Woody Harrelson, Thandie Newton, and Paul Bettany.

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westworld parks

These violent delights aren’t coming to an end any time soon. HBO is amping up its viral marketing for Westworld season 2 with a new secret website teasing five other parks outside of Westworld, as well as an alternate trailer to the spot that debuted during Super Bowl Sunday. Plus, we get a peek at the mysterious founder of Delos Inc., the corporation at the top of the chain in Westworld.

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Jessica Chastain Xavier Dolan Movie

Don’t expect to see Jessica Chastain in Xavier Dolan‘s new movie. Donlan’s upcoming film The Death and Life of John F. Donovan has a phenomenal cast, but Jessica Chastain is no longer among them. Dolan recently revealed that after much deliberation, he’s has cut Chastain and her character out of the film.

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Solo Trailer Breakdown - Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian

Last night’s Super Bowl brought our first look at Solo: A Star Wars Story with a 45-second spot introducing the young Han Solo played by Alden Ehrenreich. But it was mostly a tease for the full trailer that arrived this morning with much more footage from the Star Wars spin-off origin story.

There’s not much for us to glean as far as story details are concerned, but this is our first proper glimpse at anything from Solo: A Star Wars Story, and it does provide us with a few pieces of Han Solo’s origin and more. So let’s dig in with this Solo trailer breakdown.

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solo trailer

The Solo: A Star Wars Story trailer is here at last, and not a moment too soon. The delayed, troubled production will finally show audience the fruits of its labor later this year, and the new trailer for the highly-anticipated Star Wars spin-off film gives us the first real footage from the film. Watch the Solo trailer below.

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Westworld Season 2 trailer

Those killer robots are back for an all-new season of Westworld. HBO dropped a new Westworld season 2 trailer during the Super Bowl, and you can check it out below. The show returns this April.

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Solo super bowl trailer

Finally, here’s proof that Solo: A Star Wars Story is a real movie: a Solo Super Bowl spot. This quick look at the upcoming Star Wars Story film will likely serve as a tease for a longer trailer airing on Good Morning America tomorrow.

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Solo: A Star Wars Story Character Names

After images of LEGO sets tied to this year’s release of Solo: A Star Wars Story confirmed some key details about what we can expect from the Han Solo origin spin-off, a slew of new details have been confirmed from those same sets.

Though the original images of the LEGO box art featured the included minifigures, the low quality of the images didn’t allow us to read the names of all the featured characters. However, a follow-up about the same images has confirmed the names of the characters and who is playing them in the movie. Find out all the Solo: A Star Wars Story character names below.

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Solo Reshoots

The film world was caught off-guard earlier this year when it was announced that directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller would be leaving the Han Solo spin-off film, and that Ron Howard would be taking their place. Howard did extensive reshoots on the film, and now Solo: A Star Wars Story co-star Paul Bettany has revealed that Howard possibly did even more reshoots than originally intended.

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gringo trailer

Titling your movie after a slur is always a gamble, but casting award-winning actors in your marijuana black comedy may be even more so.

Gringo stars David Oyelowo in his most broad comedic performance yet, playing a mild-mannered businessman who is tasked with delivering a formula for a new weed pill to a lab in Mexico. But because of the shady dealings of his superiors, played by Charlize Theron and Joel Edgerton, he gets kidnapped by a Mexican drug cartel and finds himself tangled in a web of drug conspiracies, mercenaries, and the DEA — and hey, isn’t that Sharlto Copley? But this is a comedy, so Oyelowo has to scream hysterically the entire time.

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