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The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story (The Art of Star Wars)

The Lucasfilm art department invites you on an immersive journey through and among the worlds and characters of Solo: A Star Wars Story, the eagerly anticipated second instalment in the Star Wars Anthology Series, a collection of standalone tales set in the same beloved universe fans have called home for decades. The plot centres on the young adulthood of streetwise smuggler Han Solo and his partner in crime, Chewbacca, who were first introduced in Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope (1977). Directed by Academy Award-winner Rob Howard and featuring a screenplay by legendary Star Wars writer Lawrence Kasdan (cowriter of The Empire Strikes Back, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Return of the Jedi, and Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and his son Jon Kasdan (director of In the Land of Women), the film stars Alden Ehrenreich, Donald Glover, Amelia Clarke, and Woody Harrelson. The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story chronicles the evolution of each new fantastical set, otherworldly machine, and unforgettable ...

Title : The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story (The Art of Star Wars)
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ISBN : 9781419727450
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 256 pages
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The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story (The Art of Star Wars) Reviews

  • Stephen Hardy

    My favourite part of all these new Star Wars films is these art books (oh and the films themselves... and the new Lego sets). Fascinating to see how the look (and plot) of the films developed.

    I found it curious, but understandable, that this book doesn’t mention the directors by name. Would be interesting to know what Lord and Miller’s influence on the film were.

  • Tim

    Another great addition to the Art of series.

  • CB

    These books are always a fascinating look behind the scenes. I was especially struck by how painterly the preproduction images were for this movie. The detail on the color story of the film was also eye-opening, something I was aware of only vaguely in the theater.