Be that as it may, it now looks like Disney is at last be prepared to exhibit a first look at Alden Ehrenreich’s young Han to fans. Web gossip at present recommends that the primary trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story will land amid Sunday’s Super Bowl. The greatest occasion in the American Football date-book dependably packs out its advertisement breaks with prominent film spots, and with Star Wars fans as of now clamoring for a gander at the new film everything appears like a probable fit. The deferral in special material likely originates from the film’s broadly disturbed creation. Unique executives Phil Lord and Chris Miller, behind The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street, left the shoot a long time before it was because of wrap, with Ron Howard venturing in to supplant them. That caused noteworthy reshoots for the cast, which incorporates Donald Glover as a youthful Lando Calrissian, and in addition Emilia Clarke, Woody Harrelson, Paul Bettany, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Thandie Newton. The Super Bowl is expected to draw in well over 100 million viewers, so it’s really the place to be seen if Lucasfilm is looking to make a big splash. The Last Jedi‘s trailer first appeared during the World Series, which is another massive sporting event, so that adds to rumor of possibly seeing some footage this weekend. Other movies that are expected to have trailers during the big game are Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which is rumored to have a whopping 90-second spot, Mission: Impossible – Fallout, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Skyscraper. One 30-second spot is reportedly going for $5 million, so it’s not cheap to get over 100 million people to see a highly anticipated movie trailer or a commercial for Doritos. Read More : Watchmen HBO Pilot Nabs The Leftovers Director As far as Solo: A Star Wars Story is concerned, the Super Bowl makes the most sense, especially since Black Panther will hit theaters a few days afterwards. This is speculation at this time, but it does make a lot of sense considering the timeline. Plus, the clock is ticking and by the time Sunday rolls around, the movie will nearly be 100 days away. However, this is Lucasfilm that we’re talking about. They may not release anything at all over this weekend and wait for a time that’s more of a surprise. The main authority material from the film so far is an abstract, which uncovers only a couple of inadequate subtle elements — Solo will demonstrate how Han met Chewie and Lando, and how he came into ownership of the Millennium Falcon. Hope to know no less than somewhat more in the early hours of Monday morning, UK time, if the Super Bowl is surely when the primary secret arrives.