'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Is Actually the First of Three Han Solo Movies

The actor also let it slip that he has signed on for three films.

Buried in Esquire’s interview with Alden Ehrenreich, written by Alex Pappademas, the actor lets it slip that his contract stipulates that he will make three Han Solo movies.  Here’s how it reads in the actual article itself: I ask Ehrenreich how many he’s signed up for. “Three,” he says, then flinches, understanding he may have just created a disturbance in the Force. “I don’t know if that’s officially, uh, public. But—yeah.”


You didn't think  I wouldn't point to the fact that Alden Ehrenreich's performance in the upcoming "Solo: A Star Story" was rumored to have Lucasfilm so distraught with that they decided to hire an on-set acting coach for the actor.

According to a report from Vulture:

“Lucasfilm wanted something very specific: copying someone else. Alden’s not a bad actor — just not good enough.” “You could see his acting became more relaxed. He became more Harrison-like,” the source says. “The coach helped!” 
Yikes. The fact that he has a contract for three films must have sent Disney in panic mode. We hope the performance is well-met when the film is released on May 25th.