Donald Glover Gives a Tour Of The Millennium Falcon and Chewbacca is a Diva on The Set in 2 New Featurettes For SOLO
Before The Millennium Falcon was the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy, it actually looked like a pretty dope ship! I know that because I just watched Donald Glover's tour of it, and I'm definitely getting the vibe this was a ship more for pleasure than plundering if you get what I mean. Check out the tour below, and let us know your opinion of the Falcon's interior:
This second featurette for the film focuses on Han Solo’s co-pilot Chewbacca and it looks like he was a complete diva on the set of the film. It's a fun video to watch, but it's all part of a new charity campaign supporting UNICEF. It’s part of the ongoing Star Wars: Force for Change initiative, but this time it’s called the Roar for Change. I'm including the details for it below the video:
Lucasfilm and Star Wars: Force for Change today announced Roar For Change, a global challenge in support of UNICEF. The initiative invites fans and families to share their own version of Chewbacca’s iconic roar. For each public post, like, or share on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter that includes #RoarForChange between May 3 – 25, 2018, Star Wars: Force for Change U.S. will donate $1 to UNICEF USA, up to $1 million. Funds will be used to support UNICEF’s lifesaving work for children around the world.
“Every year, May 4th has seen fans across the globe become Forces for Change and rally around good causes,” says Paul Gainer, Head of Disney Consumer Products Commercialization. “This year, as part of the countdown to the launch of Solo: A Star Wars Story, we’re giving them a fun way to support UNICEF while celebrating Han’s legendary sidekick Chewbacca, and his iconic roar, which is almost as recognizable as the Wookiee warrior himself.”
Fans can share their best Chewbacca impersonation, don Hasbro’s Electronic Chewbacca mask, or create a Dubsmash using one of Chewbacca’s best-known roars from the Star Wars saga, which will be hosted on the app’s homepage for the duration of the campaign.