The scene involved physical comedy for Han Solo.
Solo: A Star Wars Story director Ron Howard has revealed how exactly George Lucas contributed to the movie.
Speaking to Mashable, Howard explained Lucas added a bit of physical comedy for Han. “It wasn’t a line,” Howard said. “It was an attitude, it was a behavior, it was physical comedy.”
Turn back now if you don’t want to know more about the scene.
The scene involves Han taking Lando Calrissian’s cloak and throwing it over his shoulder instead of just hanging it up.
“Alden [Ehrenreich, who plays Han] was taking it and hanging it up,” Howard said. “George is like, ‘You know what Han would do,’ and he takes this cloak and throws it over his shoulder. For a minute he had the swagger of Han Solo. Which George generally does not carry around with him.”
Howard liked the change so much he actually included the small scene in the final cut of the movie.
Fans can check out the scene themselves when Solo: A Star Wars Story opens in theaters on May 24 in the U.K. and Australia and May 25 in the US.