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It shows Alden Ehrenreich’s Han Solo in search of a ship with Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke), who says she knows a smuggler-turned-sportsman who may have a lead on one.
Enter Lando (Donald Glover). “Everything you heard about me is true,” he warns Han.
The clip continued with Han and Lando locked in an intense game of Sabacc, gradually upping their bids until they are betting ships — Han, of course, not actually having a ship and Lando’s presumably being the Millennium Falcon.
While the new look at the upcoming Star Wars film ended before the audience got a chance to see how the game concluded, previous trailers (as well as Star Wars lore) have established that Lando was the original owner of the Millennium Falcon and Han won the ship from him in a card game.
Ron Howard directed Solo for Disney and Lucasfilm, having stepped in for original helmers Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
During its presentation, Disney also showed off a new Ant-Man and the Wasp trailer, teased Tim Burton’s Dumbo and screened the beginning sequence from Pixar’s Incredibles 2.
Solo: A Star Wars Story opens May 25.