The Star Wars Han Solo spinoff film has discovered its new chief: Ron Howard.

Lucasfilm reported on the official Star Wars site on Thursday that Howard would be coordinating the yet-untitled film.

“At Lucasfilm, we trust the most noteworthy objective of each film is to amuse, conveying forward the soul of the adventure that George Lucas started forty years prior,” said Kathleen Kennedy, leader of Lucasfilm. “In light of that, we’re excited to report that Ron Howard will venture into coordinate the untitled Han Solo film. We have a magnificent script, an amazing cast and team, and the total sense of duty regarding make an incredible film. Recording will continue the tenth of July.”

The motion picture hit a tangle not long ago when chiefs Phil Lord and Christopher Miller dropped out because of “inventive contrasts.”

Master and Miller had been taping the untitled venture in London since January 2017 with stars Alden Ehrenreich as the youthful Han Solo and Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian. The supporting cast incorporates Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke and Thandie Newton.

“Tragically, our vision and process weren’t lined up with our accomplices on this venture. We typically aren’t enthusiasts of the expression ‘imaginative contrasts’ yet for once this platitude is valid,” the chiefs said in a joint explanation Tuesday. “We are truly pleased with the astounding and world-class work of our cast and group.”

Howard has shepherded Oscar victors like “A Beautiful Mind” and “Apollo 13.” But his current movies, including the “Da Vince Code” continuation “Inferno” and “In the Heart of the Sea,” have battled in the cinema world.

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