While announcing the start of production on the untitled "Star Wars Story" spinoff starring Alden Ehrenreich as the iconic space scoundrel formerly played by Harrison Ford, the studio that owns Lucasfilm shared a picture () of the main cast squeezed next to the wookie in what we're assuming is the Millennium Falcon cockpit.
While Solo and fellow smuggler Lando Calrisean, who will be played by Donald Glover ("Atlanta"), will look noticeably younger, Chewie's appearance won't change all that much.
Figuring out life with a baby who is eight days old, but Curtis is taking it in stride.
“It’s a great story to tell Jayden when she grows, she's causing a stir, already,” she says.
While Mayhew's shoes are large ones to fill — both metaphorically speaking and literally — perhaps no actor is better equipped to do so than Suotamo.
For starters, this isn't his first time suiting up as the towering furry smuggler: Suotamo served as a body double (Wookie double? Suotamo also measures up to the demanding physical requirements of the role.
“I thought it was the best, so hilarious,” says Curtis.'” #The Last Jedi writer-director @Rian CJohnson spills the secrets of the upcoming installment of the @Star Wars saga in Vanity Fair’s latest issue.Featuring cast interviews, photos of never-before-seen characters, and a tribute to Carrie Fisher’s lasting legacy, the full cover story offers the ultimate sneak peek for #Star Wars fans (link in bio). A post shared by Vanity Fair (@vanityfair) on Star Wars: The Last Jedi arrives at cinemas on December 15, 2017.Vanity Fair has revealed an exclusive Behind-The-Scenes (BTS) teaser for the upcoming Star Wars film ‘The Last Jedi’.The video features Producer – Kathleen Kennedy, Director – Rian Johnson and also includes character stills captured by Photographer – Annie Leibovitz.