Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

John Williams To Write Theme For Solo: A Star Wars Story

John Williams To Write Theme For Solo: A Star Wars Story

Christian Bale was very "tempted" to take a role in the upcoming Star Wars spin-off movie. While Bale has certainly done a wide variety of films in multiple genres, he is probably most well-known for his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy.

Solo: A Star Wars Story is set for release on May 25, 2018 and will star the likes of Donald Glover, Woody Harrelson, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Emilia Clarke, Alden Ehrenreich and more.

This writer is sure you've heard by now that Christian Bale almost had a part in Solo: A Star Wars Story, and, in fact, still wants to join the galaxy far, far away at some point in time. "There was discussion, (and) I hope there will be future discussions". It will be titled Han Solo: Una Historia de Star Wars - or, as translated in English, Han Solo: A Star Wars Story.

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But things get tricky when they're misdirected by a super-villain with a plan to take over the planet. Superhero movies are everywhere, and 2018 is set to be infested with so many.

Not only is Bale a self-professed fan of the Star Wars franchise, he has a personal relationship with producers Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy.

The official Star Wars Facebook page has revealed that Spain will call the movie Han Solo instead of Solo, most likely so that it will be easier to advertise.

So, yep, Bale won't be in this one but he might be in a "Star Wars" film in the future - fingers crossed that "Bobba Fett" pic comes to be sooner rather than later. I've still got the Millennium Falcon [toy]. "She absolutely adored Darth Maul". "[She] stood near him at Disneyland and he growled and he's got those teeth and he stayed in character, really wonderful performance, and she was teeny and I thought, 'This is gonna scare the crap out of her, this is such a bad idea.' And then she stopped and she said, 'Daddy, I'm in love, '" noted Bale. "I have not [seen Ben Affleck's Batman]", Bale revealed. "People seem surprised at that, I don't know why", he added. "I hear they're very good, but I'm quite happy just hearing they're very good". Bale could basically do anything - see also his commitment to the Method that's led him to do some extreme things in order to play roles in films like The Machinist to Backseat.

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