Solo: A Star Wars Story arrived in May 2018 and quickly became the lowest-grossing Star Wars film in recent memory. But sometimes bummers turn into runners. A year later, Star Wars fans are rallying for a sequel to young Han Solo's story.
Some fans attributed the poor showing to the marketing campaign or fan anger over the events of The Last Jedi. As it turns out, Solo was a fun romp of a film with engaging performances from Alden Ehrenreich in the lead role, Emilia Clarke as Qi'ra and Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian.
The hashtag #MakeSolo2Happen hit the trending charts on Twitter on Thursday with a push from Star Wars News Net and its Resistance Broadcast podcast.
Star Wars fans were ready to get on board, tweeting their support for a movie sequel or a.
Director Ron Howard, who, had already noticed how Solo was catching on after its . He tweeted about how the movie's Rotten Tomatoes audience score was creeping higher.
Disney has carved out an extensive, but Solo 2 doesn't appear to be on the radar. Game of Thrones showrunners to helm the next film after comes out later in 2019.
The future of Han Solo's past doesn't look particularly rosy, but stranger things have happened and Star Wars fans.