'Han Solo' Movie Eyeing 'Westworld' Star Thandie Newton

Posted February 13, 2017

Alden Ehrenreich (Hail, Caesar!) stars as a young Han Solo in the era before Star Wars: A New Hope, before he met Leia and Luke and embarked on a galaxy-saving adventure.

Variety's exclusive says that the actress and the powers-that-be involved with the Han Solo movie are in negotiations.

British actress Thandie Newton is reportedly in talks to appear in the new Star Wars spin-off movie about a young Han Solo.

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Game of Thrones actress, Emilia Clarke, known for her role as Daenerys Targaryen in the series, is also confirmed to star in an as yet unknown role, while Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge has been cast as a CGI character.

Newton is now having a bit of a resurgence thanks for her work on HBO's Westworld, the edge sci-fi drama that earned her Golden Globe and SAG award nominations.

Details of Newton's character were being kept locked tight. Newton's star is on the rise, and her performance as the artificial western frontier's brothel madam earned her nominations from the Screen Actors Guild and the Golden Globe.

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As for Newton, she is a great match for Star Wars.

The 44-year-old British actress is best known for playing handsome, razor-sharp madam Maeve Millay in HBO's Westworld, as well as her film roles in The Pursuit of Happyness and Mission: Impossible II.

It has not been revealed though who exactly their possible roles will be the untitled Han Solo movie.

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