Solo: A Star Wars Story

Other mistake: Towards the end, Chewbacca and Beckett have walked some distance from the landed yacht. They come up a small slope and are faced with Han, waiting for them. But an aerial shot shows that slope is very short and just runs down to a cliff. There's no way they could have got to the base of the slope to walk up it in the first place.

Continuity mistake: When Lando is rushing over to L3's body, the white panels behind him in the Millennium Falcon pop off from the battle and turbulence. It quickly cuts to another shot where they are still attached to the wall. (01:27:15)

Revealing mistake: When Chewy puts his hand on Han's shoulder at the end, Joonas Suotamo's finger is visible through the fur.

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Trivia: Dryden Vos offers Han and the others Colo Claw Fish, when they are on his yacht. That's a reference to one of the giant fish seen on Naboo in "The Phantom Menace."

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Trivia: Beckett wears Lando's skiff guard outfit from Return of the Jedi.

Trivia: The front of the Millennium Falcon has an escape pod fitted, this is the same design Kenner toyed with when they produced the original Millennium Falcon toy, early promotional photos showed this but it was dropped when it came into production.

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Beckett: Let me give you some advice. Assume everyone will betray you. And you will never be disappointed.

Lando Calrissian: I hate you.
Han Solo: I know.

Han Solo: Since when do you know how to fly? [Chewie howls.] 190 years old? [Chewie howls again.] You look great!

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Question: Did C-3PO and R2-D2 appear in this film?

THE GAMER NEXT DOOR

Answer: I was wondering about this, too. C-3PO did not appear in Solo, and I cannot find any Internet reference pertaining to R2-D2 being in it. Curiously, Anthony Daniels, the actor who has played C-3PO in all the other Star Wars movies, makes a cameo appearance in Solo as another character (Chewbacca's friend).

raywest Premium member

Question: How did Han and Chewie get off the desert planet at the end?

Answer: Or they could've hitched a ride with the Cloud Riders.

Answer: By the end of the movie, Han and Chewie have been left with some items of worth, plus their smarts and charm. We don't see how exactly but we can assume that's enough to get them into their next adventure.

Answer: I would classify this as the traditional movie serial "cliff hanger" ending where the audience is purposely left pondering what happens to the protagonists and must wait until the next installment to learn the outcome. Considering Solo underperformed at the box office, there is the possibility there may not be another independent Han Solo film. However, the characters would likely reappear in another stand-alone Star Wars film, thus answering how they escaped their situation.

raywest Premium member

Question: Why did Qi'ra choose to kill Dryden Vos and spare Han? Was it because she loved Han, or simply because she decided that she would rather work for Darth Maul instead?

Gavin Jackson

Chosen answer: Qi'ra's motivations are purposefully vague. It could be she killed Vos because she loved Han. It could be a simple power play, as she did not like being a slave to Vos. It could be a combination of both: she was able to save Han and also gain a position of power by killing Vos. We'll likely never know the answer as a follow up to Solo seems unlikely at this point.

BaconIsMyBFF
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