With Four Months To Go Until SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY Is Released, More Reshoots Are Reportedly Scheduled

With Four Months To Go Until SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY Is Released, More Reshoots Are Reportedly Scheduled

Solo: A Star Wars Story is set to be released this May but a new report reveals that reshoots are currently scheduled to take place at the end of January! That's right, they're reshooting the reshoots...

There's a little more than four months to go until Solo: A Star Wars Story is set to be released on May 25th and it's now been revealed that the movie is reportedly undergoing more reshoots. Bear in mind that Ron Howard was hired to replace Phil Lord and Chris Miller halfway through production and that he's essentially reshot the movie anyway; these are reshoots for reshoots which is definitely a first!

The news comes via Reddit and while we'd normally discount it immediately because of that, this poster has a history of sharing accurate information so chances are that we should believe him. 



Anyway, it's said that reshoots are going to take place from the end of this months for three weeks. That means Solo will have only finished shooting three months before it's set to hit theaters and it's impossible to imagine it not being delayed at this stage. We've still not seen an official image or trailer and the movie stands a better chance going up against Aquaman than following Avengers: Infinity War.

What do you guys think of this news? Let us know your thoughts on that in the comments section.
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