First Trailer For Solo: A Star Wars Story Set to Release on Feb 5

First Trailer For Solo: A Star Wars Story Set to Release on Feb 5

It has been confirmed that the first trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story will be released on February 5 on Good Morning America. As a result, it seems that the rumors that the movie will be marketed during the Super Bowl are false, though for those who believed in that line of speculation, it wouldn’t be impossible for some kind of teaser to show up at around that time. With that said, the whole situation with Solo: A Star Wars Story has been very odd, which is why there has been a fair amount of interest in when the first trailer would see release.

Why Is There So Much Interest Over This Issue?

First and foremost, Solo: A Star Wars Story is expected to be released on May 25, which is no more than a short time into the future. However, it hasn’t had a trailer released to the public, which is odd because most big budget movies tend to have trailers released months and months ahead of time. After all, earlier trailers can help movie studios build up a sense of anticipation while also serving to fend off the sense of anxiety that can set in when fandoms fail to be informed about the latest status of the movies that they are paying attention to. There are well-known movies that don’t fit this marketing pattern, but there was no sign that Solo: A Star Wars Story was going to be one of them.

As a result, the fandom has been speculating about reasons why this might be the case. For example, the simplest and most straightforward explanation is that Solo: A Star Wars Story wasn’t ready. After all, the movie had to have its previous directors replaced by Ron Howard because they had gone off-course, which is why it has had to go through a great deal of re-shooting. As a result, it is not unreasonable to think that there was so much re-shooting that the people behind the movie weren’t able to put together a satisfactory trailer at the times when it was expected.

However, some people have extrapolated further based on the lack of trailers. For example, some people believed that so much re-shooting was needed that Solo: A Star Wars Story would have to be pushed back. Furthermore, some people even believed that Disney was making an intentional decision to keep Solo: A Star Wars Story as low-profile as possible because it believed that the movie was going to be a disaster at the box office. A line of speculation that was fueled by unpleasant rumors surrounding the movie, with an excellent example being the reports that the lead was so bad at playing his role that he needed an acting coach to be brought onto the set.

Whatever the case, the first trailer for Solo: A Star Wars Story is set to release on February 5. Whichever of the lines of speculation were true, it seems probable that the true state of things will be released in no more than a short time. Something that should come as welcome news to those who have been paying close attention with great interest.

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