The directors of Han Solo: A Star Wars Story, fired by Lucasmovie, Phil Lord and Chris Miller were simply not ready for a job of this magnitude and complexity. This was told by one of the movie's actors, who wished to remain anonymous.
"Phil and Chris are not bad directors, just not for" Star Wars. "After the 25th take, the actors were already looking at each other in bewilderment. It was strange. they seem to have lost control. Of course, they were under a lot of pressure, as while working on such projects you are very closely watched. The first assistant directors were much more experienced and had to intervene from time to time to help them shoot a scene ", - commented the informant.
Everything has changed, when instead of the suspended Lord and Miller, Ron Howard appeared on the court. "When he was appointed, he quickly took control of the entire site, and everyone immediately felt it. He instantly won everyone's respect. He knew perfectly well what and how he was doing, so the group was very comfortable working with him," he added.
As for rumors that the performer of the title role, Alden Ehrenreich, was so bad that he had to hire an acting teacher, the anonymous informant clarified that it was not about acting in general, but only about attempts to reproduce facial expressions and gestures Harrison Ford. "Lucasmovie wanted to achieve the perfect result. Alden was not a bad actor, he just wasn't good enough at that," the source said.
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The Topic of Article: Actor Han Solo spoke about the unprofessionalism of the moviemakers.