15 interesting details that Star Wars fans can not ignore in “Solo: A Star Wars Story”

As a Star Wars-based work, “Solo: A Star Wars Story” contains many details related to the original series.

1. Chewbacca playing Dejarik flag

In a scene, Tobias Beckett (Woody Harrelson) teaches Chewbacca (Joonas Suotamo) to play the Dejarik flag on the Millenium Falcon. As a loser, the Wookiee “flipped the table”. Unfortunately, because it is a 3D image, the chessboard does not disappear except for two special forces. These are the forces designed by Phil Tippett for the original 1977 film but Geogre Lucas removed because the chessboard is not enough space. Also in Star Wars: A New Hope, Han Solo (Harrison Ford) advises C-3PO and R2-D2 not to defeat Chewbacca because of his temper.

2. Legendary gun of Han Solo

The gun and holster are one of the most recognizable features of hero Han Solo. The new film has revealed the origin of the legendary weapon that fans love the ink. Accordingly, the DL-44 Blaster was given to Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) by Beckett to prepare for the next mission. Weaponry weapons are prohibited by the criminals, widely used smuggling.

3. Lando Calrissian’s dream

Fans of the original film easily learn that Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover) once ran a colonial mine before becoming the leader of Cloud City in the sky Bespin. Solo: A Star Wars Story has twice suggested to the future of this character. Prior to Kessel, the man once said that “colonial mines are the worst.” In addition, the audience can also see the Cloud City model in the collection on the Millenium Falcon.

4. Link to Star Wars: Rebels

In the movie, Han Solo and Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke) come from the planet Corellian – the world’s most famous spacecraft assembly site. Therefore, it is not surprising that he knows the whole of the spacecraft. Prior to playing Sabacc with Lando, Han said that he wanted to bet on the VCX-100 Light Freighter for the Millenium Falcon. This is the epitome of the famous Ghost ship in the Star Wars: Rebels animated series.

5. Aura Sing is killed by Beckett

Aura Sing is an important character in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series. The bounty hunter also appeared in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (1999) while watching the Boonta Ever race on Tatooine. In A Star Wars Story, Beckett reveals that he killed Aura Sing by pushing her down the cliff.

6. Weazel from planet Tatooine

Weazel (Warwick Davis) is another character associated with Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. In the previous movie, the character appeared in the Boonta Ever race and bet on Anakin Skywalker (Jake Lloyd). According to Solo’s guide: A Star Wars Story, the character of Warwick Davis is also named Weazel and is described as “coming from Mos Espa on Tatooine”. As this is also Anakin’s hometown, these two characters must be one.

7. Dryden Vos Armor

In the yacht of Dryden Vos (Paul Bettany), the audience could easily identify the red Mandalorian armor. This is a reminder of the title of Knight of the Old Republic before Disney bought Lucasfilm.

8. Link to Rogue One: Star Wars Story

After losing Coaxium, Beckett and Solo attempt to hijack a new shipment to compensate for Dryden Vos. They discuss the plundering of pure Coaxium in Kessel and refine it at another planet. Scarif was given but was quickly beaten by Beckett by the huge garrison. A Star Wars Story (2016), Scarif is where Jyn Erso (Felicity Jones) and Rogue One team up to steal the Death Star drawing.

9. Lando Calrissian costume

When landing on Kessel, Qi’ra and Beckett fake as Imperial troops and deliver Han Solo and Chewbacca to enslave the mines. Beckett’s costume was used by Lando in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi (1983). Both scenes are similar in character when the Resistance general disguises himself as an enemy soldier with Luke (Mark Hamill) as a prisoner to rescue Leia (Carrie Fisher).

10. Bossk

When discussing the upcoming mission, Val (Thandie Newton) said they needed more staff and suggested to invite Bossk. This is the bounty hunter who appeared in Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) when hired by the Empire to hunt for the Millenium Falcon. Interestingly, in the original film, the Trandoshan warriors hated Han Solo and Chewbacca.

11. Han always shoots first

In Star Wars: A New Hope, Han Solo is hunted by Greedo. As the rival fears, the character of Harrison Ford quickly shot guns. The details are shown in Solo: A Star Wars Story when Han shoots Beckett before he has a chance to mislead.

12. Planet Tatooine

While discussing the future, Beckett said Han Solo went to the planet Tatooine for a final mission. This reminds Star Wars: A New Hope when smugglers are working for Jabba the Hutt at Tatooine. This is also the home planet of Anakin and Luke Skywalker. It seems that Beckett helped make the fateful meeting in the first Star Wars.

13. Darth Maul

Even though Crimean Dawn boss Dryden Vos mentioned that he had to serve a higher “boss”. At the end of the film, the character is revealed as Darth Maul (Ray Park). This character was the main antagonist of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace and was killed by Obi-Wan Kenobi (Ewan McGregor). Darth Sidious’s minions have been revived only in comic books and Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated films and Star Wars: Rebels. This is the first time he has returned to the big screen as well as starring in Star Wars movies.

14. Kessel route

Han Solo was introduced as a person who could run the Kessel route for 12 seconds. But, the wrong time is the unit of measurement distance, not the time that fans are curious. Solo: A Star Wars Story explains this in detail when the planet Kessel is surrounded by a giant nebula. The pilots who fly there must use the safest route to avoid the giant Black Hole with a length of at least 20 seconds. Thanks to the Millenium Falcon, Solo can go off the The Maw and become legendary from there.

15. Origin of Coaxium

Coaxium is the most important material in the universe when it can help a giant Destroyer operate in only a small amount. In the Star Wars: Rebels franchise, Coaxium is derived from the giant “whale whale” Purgill. Thanks to biological coaxium, they can “swim” across space at light speed. This is also the source introduced in Solo’s Handbook: A Star Wars Story.

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