Who is Alden Ehrenreich? He is the new Hans Solo Star Wars

Alden Ehrenreich Young Hans SoloWho is  Alden Ehrenreich? The New Hans Solo for the Star Wars Franchise.

I think it is great Disney plans to put out a new Star Wars movie once a year for the next 10 years at least. 
I will never forget the first time I saw the original first Star War movie  in the theater when I was a kid.I guess it is called Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977) now.  I was blown away.
I also like how they cast unknowns like Alden Ehrenreich and Daisy Ridley and others. 

Date of Birth22 November 1989, Los Angeles, California, USA
Height5′ 8″ (1.73 m)

Mini Biography

Alden Ehrenreich was born on November 22, 1989 in Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an actor, known for Beautiful Creatures (2013), Hail, Caesar! (2016) and Stoker (2013).

Trivia 

“Discovered” by Steven Spielberg at the batmitzvah of a friend of Spielberg’s daughter.

In 2009 he co-founded the theater/film company “The Collectin” with Zoë Worth.

He is of Ashkenazi Jewish heritage (his ancestors immigrated from Russia, Austria, Hungary, and Poland).

Auditioned for Peter Parker/Spider-Man in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and Harry Osborn in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014).

Last name is pronounced eye-ren-rike.

Personal Quotes 

I feel about romance the same way I do about a vocation; it’s a calling.

The aspect of kind of living in your imagination and creating a more romantic vision of the world than the reality that you’re given – that’s definitely something I can sort of relate to.

I’m an actor because I love movies, and always have loved movies. I’m a film buff.

When I was a little kid, my parents would show me Marx Brothers’ films and westerns and stuff like that. That’s where all my desire to be an actor comes from and probably most of my understanding of acting comes from for sure.

For me, the drive is storytelling. To be a part of an art that tells a story and to be a catalyst, a color in that, is very exciting.

Some movies, I think, present ideas of the world that just don’t help people with their lives. They just present things that are fleeting or stupid. So that’s what I’m careful about – making sure I’m part of something that is saying something that I think is valuable in the world of people, not necessarily in the world of art.

I haven’t worked enough to worry about getting typecast, but I do as a film lover didn’t want to be working with the bad guys. I didn’t want to be making a movie I thought was contributing to a lower base of movies that I just didn’t think were helping people, really.

I would say that it’s mainly about the director. It’s a hard quality to find, but I always know whether I want to do something or not. The character is important to me, as is getting to work with people that I feel like I can learn from and make a great movie with.

I really think that movies are the most popular form of story telling ever and have such a huge impact on culture when they do. So I really want to be a part of those movies that say something good to a lot of people.

Star Wars News

No story details about exactly what events in Han Solo’s life prior to his appearance on screen in Star Wars: A New Hope have been revealed, but prior to Disney’s 2012 purchase of Lucasfilm, the Star Wars Expanded Universe line of books and comics saw several novels about the scoundrel’s younger days. The Expanded Universe created prior to the Lucasfilm acquisition was officially de-canonized in 2014, but elements from it have been borrowed in the Star Wars universe’s new canon, notably with certain plot points in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It’s possible then that some of Solo’s previously established backstory may make its way back into the Star Wars mainstream.

The stand alone Han Solo film, expected to be called Han Solo: A Star Wars Story in keeping with this year’s Rogue One, is currently in preproduction under directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. Perhaps anticipating the confirmation of Ehrenreich’s casting, Miller commemorated yesterday’s “May the 4th” festivities by tweeting out the first official image from the production – Han Solo’s iconic blaster.

Miller, who is co-directing the Han Solo spin-off, got into the Star Wars spirit by posting an image from the upcoming standalone flick. “Can’t wait to get ‘shooting’!” reads his Twitter caption, alongside an image of Solo’s iconic DL-44 blaster.

 Solo's iconic DL-44 blaster:


Han Solo movie – everything you need to know.

As of now, the Han Solo movie is scheduled to come out on May 25, 2018. That’s smack dab in the middle of Episode 8 on December 17, 2017 and Episode 9’s yet to be determined 2019 release date. Disney has been known to shuffle these releases, though, so the new adventures of the man who can do the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs might shift over the next two years. Find out every Star Wars movie coming you way until 2020 here. In the meantime welcome to

Alden Ehrenreich, The New Hans Solo cast in the Star Wars Franchise!


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