There is no doubt that Star Wars has been dominating the Holiday box office over the past two years. The recently released Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, for instance, now sits at a massive $800-Million worldwide after a mere two weeks on the big screen.
Now, sources close to our friends over at MakingStarWars.net are indicating that Disney may be moving the upcoming Han Solo spinoff from Phil Lord and Chris Miller to December 13, 2018. The highly anticipated flick was originally slated for release in May 25, 2018.
Neither Disney or Lucasfilm have confirmed if the movie will be moving to a December release.
So, for now, take this as nothing more then a rumor. Although, we wouldn't be all that surprised if the Mouse House decided to shuffle things around to give everyone's favorite smuggler a Christmas release - why ruin a good thing, right?
Set to start shooting in February, the untitled Han Solo movie stars Alden Ehrenreich, Donald Glover and Emilia Clarke. Phil Lord and Chris Miller will direct from a screenplay courtesy of Jon and Lawrence Kasdan.
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