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Ron Howard Narrates 'Star Wars' In 'Arrested Development' Parody
03 May 2018, 01:39 | Erma Lawrence
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Time jumps aren't a new concept for Star Wars films, as each film was separated by a number of years.
While many fans are expecting Star Wars: Episode 9 to tie up numerous threads started with 2015's The Force Awakens, they may also have to prepare for a bit of a time jump. The next installment in the Lucasfilm space-epic franchise, Solo: A Star Wars Story, premieres in theaters May 25 (kicking off Memorial Day weekend).
Not only that but there is an exciting new video that sees Solo: A Star Wars Story director Ron Howard narrating the story of Star Wars:A New Hope in the style of Arrested Development. Still, there's room for expanding the franchise's horizons, and it's worth noting that John Williams utilized an electric guitar for one composition in Star Wars:Attack of the Clones back in 2002. Moreover, both Lego Star Wars-The Complete Saga, and Lego Star Wars 3-The Clone Wars are both on sale for £5.99/$8.47 each. Not only does the parody work surprisingly well, but it also as much as confirms something we've long suspected: Solo: A Star Wars Story will depict the Millennium Falcon making the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs.
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The report's conclusion is being opposed by Democrats, who say the committee did not do enough to support its finding. The panel also found that Russians leveraged social media in the U.S.to sow discord during the campaign.