It’s just five months until Solo: A Star Wars Story is released and some fans are wondering if the movie is actually going to be any good.
After all, original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller were fired with just a couple of weeks left on production.
Replaced by Ron Howard, the filmmaker has been helming the rest of production and reshoots – which allegedly involved re-filming 80 per cent of the movie.
Now the Han Solo movie is reportedly facing further reshoots, but should fans be worried?
Screen Rant spotted Reddit user Hufflepuffins, who last year reported that the movie would continue filming in July with Howard.
Their latest post, titled “Solo reshoots have begun” on the Star Wars leaks feed reads: “Not huge news, but it’s something.
“They’re happening from the end of January and will be going on for three weeks or so into Feb (at least).”
However reshoots are a normal part of the filming process, as was seen with Rogue One – which also caused fans to worry.
Nevertheless, last month saw a source claim that Disney was bracing for Solo: A Star Wars Story to bomb.
The insider said: “The script is unworkable. It’s going to be a car crash.”
Solo: A Star Wars Story will be released in UK cinemas on May 25, 2018.