'Get out of my life, ' Ford joked. Ford crashed the interview in the middle of Ehrenreich answering a question.
'I was just in the neighborhood, ' Ford says. And in a new clip, we learn what advice he got...not to mention seeing a surprise from the beloved veteran himself! But since Ford had missed the big premiere, it was a surprising and exciting gesture for Ehrenreich to see him during the interview. And he was there behind me.
I had asked if C-3PO is in the movie because there were rumors, but if he was in the film, I sure hadn't seen him. And he's just so effusive about the movie and it meant so much to me and I know for Ron and Katherine and everyone it's just such a huge deal to have him really genuinely love it, really genuinely enjoy the film, ' he added.
At Thursday's premiere, audience members cheered at key moments such as when Han meets his eventual co-pilot Chewbacca, takes control of the Falcon for the first time, and comes face-to-face with fellow smuggler Lando Calrissian, portrayed by Glover.
The latest Star Wars movie did not have a smooth flight to the screen, but the director and cast of Solo say the scramble to remake the movie ultimately paid off, with early reaction ahead of the May 25 launch largely positive. "My dad imprinted me with this kind of Star Wars longing, because it does feel like the Bible to me in a lot of ways". "Something that on paper sounds horrific was not in reality at all for someone who was in it and experienced and was living through it", Clarke said.
One of them is Rian Johnson, who directed "The Last Jedi" and is impressed by this new trip to that galaxy far, far away - especially the performance of Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who plays a droid named L3.