The reactions have been vast and varied to Solo: A Star Wars Story and the Droid Heads return to breakdown the tenth film in the endlessly expanding Star Wars universe.
Following an underperforming Box Office, the group analyzes why Solo missed the mark financially and what that will mean for the future of stand alone films.
Plus, a full breakdown of the structure and writing of Solo with the widest disparity in perspectives we have had on the pod in the year-plus we’ve been doing the show.
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Mike & Chris are back to discuss their reactions to the ever changing landscape of the Han Solo stand alone film. Can Ron Howard save the project? What does this mean for future stand alone films? Will great directors be deterred from working with Lucasfilm? The guys discuss it all as the dust seems to finally be settling after the latest Star Wars shakeup.
Sound the alarm! Phil Lord and Chris Miller are no longer directing the stand alone Han Solo film! What? Mike has a quick update on the news that will reshape the next non-saga Star Wars film and what it could mean for the future.
There is only one reaction appropriate for this news, “I’ve got a bad feeling about this!”
Inspired by Rogue One, episode two of The Droids You’re Looking For: A Star Wars Podcast drops you right into the action.
This week Chris & Mike discuss their favorite Star Wars video game memories as well as react to the special features from the Rogue One home video release. The duo also talks about what 15 years of Star Wars movies may look like and make predictions for Celebration.
Stick around for Chris’ wild theories about Episode 9 and Mike’s not-having-it reaction.