Sunday, May 6, 2018

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT ON 'SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY' WITH ALDEN EHRENREICH, EMILIA CLARKE, DONALD GLOVER, THANDIE NEWTON, PAUL BETTANY, WOODY HARRELSON

  'SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY'
FROM GALACTIC ZERO TO HERO
Solo hits cinemas May 25th worldwide!
Are you ready and excited, people? The ticket sales for Disney's SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY have started and the latest info is that they're surpassing the Black Panther ticket sales so far. It looks like it will be another box office hit from the Star Wars universe even though there were a lot of negative reactions on Alden Ehrenreich as the choice for the title role and there were also some major bumps along the road while the movie was in production and lost its original directors who apparently wanted to make it too parodic and were then replaced by good old Ron Howard. The film out May 25th in USA a day earlier in Europe, also
The movie will be longer than two hours!
 stars Emilia Clarke as Qi'Ra, Chewbacca and Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian. Thandie Newton and Paul Bettany.

SOLO'S SOLO STAR WARS STORY 
Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a galaxy far, far away in SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY an all-new adventure with the most beloved scoundrel in the galaxy. Through a series of daring escapades deep within a
It's expected that Solo will earn between 150 and 200 million in the opening weekend
dark and dangerous criminal underworld, Han Solo befriends his mighty future copilot Chewbacca and meets the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian,
The movie is set before 1977's A New Hope movie
in a journey that will set the course of one of the Star Wars saga's most unlikely heroes.

MEET THE CREW
As you know Alden Ehrenreich has been chosen to play a younger version of Han Solo, intergalactic smuggler, scoundrel and also a hero. Han Solo, captain of the Millennium Falcon, was one of the great leaders of the Rebel Alliance. Joonas Suotamo is hiding under the fur of his co-pilot Chewbacca whose wife you will also meet this time. Emilia Clarke is Qi'ra, who is only 18 years of age, but is already enmeshed in a life of crime, working for a gang
The crew of the Millennium Falcon is ready to meet you!
on Corellia. Donald Glover is Lando Calrissian, a smooth talking smuggler who will become a selfless leader of the rebellion against the Empire. Woody
Alden Ehrenreich is Solo, Joonas Suotamo is Chewbacca
Harrelson is Tobias Beckett, a survivor, always quietly working out angles to come out ahead. He's assembled a team of specialized scoundrels to carry out risky but profitable heists. Thandie Newton is Val! A no-nonsense and
Donald Glover is Lando, Emilia Clarke Qu'ira, Woody Harrelson Beckett
occasionally prickly woman who is a crack shot with a blaster rifle, she may be the most even-headed and capable member of Tobias Beckett's ragtag crew of scoundrels. 

14 comments:

  1. The trailer was fun so it's a maybe. I'm a huge Star Wars fan but get it wrong and I'll trash it forever (like the second trio with that galactically awful Jar Jar Binks). I'm crossing my fingers the movie is as good as the trailer.

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    1. I'm yet to see a good Star Wars movie in my life :)

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  2. No, I'm not ready or excited. Solo can go to you know where. When it comes to SW, Disney makes me sick.

    Hello Dezz.

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    1. Disney makes me sick with Marvel too... the amount of money they pay for secret marketing in order to control people's minds is insane...

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  3. I'm sure the die hard fans will love this one. Me, I'll stay in with a book and a cuppa tea instead.

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    1. fully agreed! Ice tea for me, it's summer here already :( I have mango green tea with lemon cooling in da fridge for my early afternoon teabreak...

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    2. I've switched over to iced tea now too, though I have been having a cup of hot tea before bed to help me sleep better. So, I'll be having my annual scope tomorrow in Chicago. Going through the prep now. Blah! Just a heads up that I won't be online again until Wednesday.

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    3. I will be thinking of you and sending you positive thoughts, deary! Hope you will be able to have fun after it in Chicago too!

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    4. Thank you dahlink, though it didn't go well unfortunately. It seems that I am back in the same boat I was 2 years ago, though I will know more on how we are to proceed after my pathology tests come back (hopefully by Saturday!)

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    5. Feck feck feck! You have new ones or that one which they did not take out?
      You need to go full commando on it! No more industrial food for you, just natural ones and tons of cannabis oil, apricot kernel pills, aloe juices and, if I may recommend, Russian chaga! And I'd kick out dairy too, but I know you won't do it.
      I myself would love to go gluten free (I know my body does not like it) but don't have the conditions for it with my work and obligations :(

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    6. I am in remission with no inflammation, but a new one popped up in the same spot they removed the last large one from. It wouldn't raise so he could remove it. Since it's becoming a pattern, he's trying to get me to remove the entire colon. I'm fighting to keep it in tact now, but we'll see what they say after the results come back. If it's non-cancerous, I'll request another attempt at removal. If that one is unsuccessful, I'll be making the decision to have the surgery.

      I've eliminated most dairy. I have been researching the keto diet but it looks really complicated to stick to for vegetarians. I think my next step is eliminating carbs and refined sugars, though I have cut back on both of those drastically too. My body just wants to fight me every step of the way it seems :(

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    7. Removing colon means stoma?

      I don't know what to tell you, dear. You know I read about four to five different monthly magazines on healthy lives, herbs, diet etc and one thing always comes up - in all the interviews with those who got rid of cancer people say they went on raw food diet fully. And they all say that they not only got rid of cancer with it but also ulcers, colitis, and tons of other problems they did not even know they had.
      I know it is extremely difficult, it requires a whole new mindset when it comes to eating. But I know people get used to it after some time.
      The one thing I'd definitely do is get rid of literally everything industrial made (yes, chocolate too and dairy). It requires reading books and preferably finding someone who did it to be advisor.
      PS you can always find me at Twitter if you need to talk about this....

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)