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Han Solo Origin Movie Title Revealed

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The young Han Solo film now has a title. Director Ron Howard posted the title “Solo: A Star Wars Movie“.  Howard took over the Disney project from directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller who were fired due to “creative differences” five months into the film’s production.

The movie is said to follow the early days of Han Solo, well before he met up with Luke Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and a pair of droids in A New Hope. We don’t know much about what that story will entail, although Howard has alluded to locations like Corellia (Solo’s home planet) and Kessel (where he made the infamous Kessel run).

The film follows the mold of 2016’s Rogue One in that it’s a standalone installment of the franchise that tells a self-contained story, rather than tying directly into the larger Skywalker saga. Unlike its predecessor, however, Solo is all about a group of characters who audiences are already well familiar with.

Solo: A Star Wars Story will hit theaters on May 25th, 2018.

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First Look At Disney’s Live Action ‘Aladdin’ Starring Will Smith, Naomi Scott, And Mena Massoud

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Disney released the first trailer for the live-action Aladdin movie.

Thanks to EW, we got out first look at the cast in the iconic roles. Guy Ritchie is helming the new Aladdin movie, from a script he co-wrote with Vanessa Taylor and John August.

The film will star Mena Massoud in the title role, with Power Rangers‘ Naomi Scott as Princess Jasmine with Will Smith as the Genie. Marwan Kenzari will be playing Jafar, with Navid Negahban playing the Sultan, Nasim Predrad playing Dalia, and Billy Magnussen in the original role of Prince Anders.

<p><strong>For more on <em>Aladdin</em>, pick up the new issue of <em>Entertainment Weekly </em>on stands Friday, or buy it here now. Don&rsquo;t forget to&nbsp;<a href="https://www.magazine.store/entertainment-weekly/2018/">subscribe</a>&nbsp;for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW.</strong></p>

<p>Life swiftly changes for Disney&#8217;s beloved street urchin Aladdin (Mena Massoud, left) after releasing Genie (Will Smith, right) from his lamp.&nbsp;</p>

<p>Aladdin&#8217;s beloved furry sidekick Abu stares in astonishment in the Cave of Wonders.&nbsp;</p>

<p>The Sultan&#8217;s advisor Jafar (Marwan Kenzari) has his own nefarious ambitions for procuring the magical lamp that houses the Genie. Here, Jafar is seen in his iconic black, red, and gold robes holding the lamp as he wishes to become the most powerful sorcerer on Earth.</p>

Aladdin will hit theaters May 29th, 2019.

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Drake’s Aubrey And The Three Migos Tour Earns $79 Million Dollars

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Drake made bank with his latest tour with the Migos. The Aubrey and the Three Migos tour grossed over $79 million dollars the rap icon.

According to a report from Poll Star, the 43-date tour sold 678,410 tickets in total. Despite a handful of canceled shows, Drizzy and Migos made sure to put on a memorable performance with their remaining shows. One of the reason the tour might have done so well is one was the amount of surprise guest appearances the Scorpion rapper brought out. Over the course of three-months, Drizzy brought out the likes of Meek Mill, Chris Brown, BlocBoy JB, Travis Scott, Sheck Wes, Tory Lanez, French Montana, Yung Miami and more. Meek and C. Breezy’s guest appearances drew the most attention.

The tour was delayed two weeks to give the artists more time with the sets. But this did not hurt tour since Drake was riding the wave of great buzz from the release of Scorpion.

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Hellboy Is A Full Demon In The Latest Poster

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Hellboy is on fire in the second poster for the 2019 reboot.

IGN released the image of the poster which features Hellboy with his horns. The poster has the tagline, “Demons have Demons too.”

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In an interview with THR, David Harbour described the team’s goals with the Hellboy reboot, saying they wanted to follow comic book films such as Logan and Deadpool and not fall into the typical, “popcorn-y” style superhero movies that flood the industry.

“This was something that I couldn’t pass up because I love those [Mike] Mignola comics. And the mythos we are in now, I feel like two strains are running. They are making these kind of popcorn-y, somewhat two-dimensional comic book movies and then there is this strain like Logan and Deadpool. That is what I am drawn to in the genre. I would love to do a Hellboy where you love him, but you’re also not quite sure about him.”

Hellboy hits theaters April 12, 2019 and stars David Harbour as Hellboy, Ian McShane as Professor Bruttenholm, Daniel Dae Kim as Ben Daimio, Sasha Lane as Alice Monaghan, and Milla Jovovich as the Blood Queen.

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