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Here’s where to watch the first trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story

The first trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story has finally arrived – and it doesn’t disappoint, with Chewbacca, Han Solo, Lando Calrissian and a revamped Millennium Falcon all making an appearance, albeit a brief one.

First aired during ABC’s Good Morning America on Monday (February 5), the short trailer explores the life of Han Solo, one of Star Wars’ most beloved heroes, highlighting some of the most significant points in his life.

It isn’t the best Star Wars trailer we’ve seen to date – that would be Star Wars: The Force Awakens – but it’s enough to drum up some excitement for Solo: A Star Wars Story, which is set to premiere in the United Kingdom on May 28.

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The trailer has been well-received by most Star Wars fans, though some are worried about how the decision to replace original directors Christopher Miller and Phil Lord with Ron Howard midway through filming will affect the film’s tone.

Only time will tell.

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