Ron Howard Reportedly Reshot More Of ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Than ‘Originally Intended’

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While some are still expecting some sort of delay for the next Star Wars film, Solo: A Star Wars Story, the official release date is still set for May 25, 2018. Apart from Disney and Lucasfilm’s history of delaying the Star Wars films, the reason most expect delays stem from Ron Howard joining the film to replace Phil Lord and Chris Miller, with assumptions leaning towards the award-winning director needing some extra time to make the film work.

We still have not seen any footage from the film outside of Howard’s teases on social media. Given the release date for Solo, a trailer would typically be expected at some point soon. But a new interview with Paul Bettany in Total Film (via Games Radar) adds fuel to the idea that we might end up seeing a delay for Solo before too long:

“His staging ability is so f*cking brilliant,” says Bettany of Howard. “I think he went in and he was like a laser, working out what needed to be done when he looked at the footage. And then, as things moved on, everybody felt so secure with him. And they gave him more. He reshot a lot more than was originally intended.”

The good news here is that could mean that Howard is such a professional, he managed to work on schedule and add more to the mix as the film went along. It could also mean that there is so much, the film is going to need some extra care in the editing room before the film is ready for release.

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