26-year-old Alden Ehrenreich, the break-out star of Coen Brothers movie "Hail Caesar!", is reported to be the actor taking on the mantle of "Star Wars" rogue Han Solo in a new film about the character's early life. The coveted role saw almost every young actor in Hollywood in the frame -- scroll through the gallery to see the contenders who were edged out by Ehrenreich.
Won plaudits for his searing turn in "Whiplash" but suffered a setback with the poorly received "Fantastic Four" and a widely mocked Esquire interview.
Brother of James, star of "21 Jump Street" and "Now You See Me".
Star of "Kick-Ass" and "The Avengers: Age of Ultron". They'll have to do something about that hair.
Star of tearjerker "The Fault in Our Stars" and the Divergent movie series.
Best known as the kid from WWII drama "Fury", and plays mythical hero Percy Jackson in two family fantasy flicks.
One of the older names in the frame, the breakout star of the hit show "Mr. Robot", in which he plays a troubled hacker.
At 16, Carl from the "The Walking Dead" is one of the younger actors named.
Model-turned-actor appearing in "Teen Wolf" on TV and in DC comics hit "Arrow", as Arsenal.
English star of "Gossip Girl".
Star of "Weeds" and "The Following", recently seen in Amazon's "Hand of God" and "Good Girls Revolt".
Star of TV musical comedy "Galavant".
Canadian star of "Degrassi: The Next Generation" and "Hemlock Grove" on Netflix.
The star of Disney family comedy "Kickin' It" has already played a young Conan the Barbarian and a young Snake Eyes from "GI Joe".
Co-star of the "Psycho" TV spin-off "Bates Motel".
One of the young stars of dino-sequel "Jurassic World".
Irish-raised star of "Transformers: Age of Extinction" and "Macbeth".
"Harry Potter" baddie Draco Malfoy, soon to be seen in the true story of US army K-9 operator Megan Leavey and in "Risen", the story of Jesus' resurrection from the Roman point of view.
Singer and star of "The Purge".
Star of "The Place Beyond the Pines" and "Brooklyn", who'll soon appear alongside Brad Pitt in Netflix movie "War Machine".
Having appeared in "Fury" and a couple of films directed by his dad Clint, we're sure Eastwood is feeling lucky.
The "Glee" star will soon be seen in Richard Linklater's "Everybody Wants Some".