We know: You cherish Han Solo. Be that as it may, the non specific title of his independent prequel film — Solo: A Star Wars Story — left many fans feeling colder than a carbonite solidifying chamber.
All things considered, you can simply depend on Twitter to carry in the jokes. Also, the way that executive Ron Howard uncovered the title in a Twitter video, in which he is seen flipping a goliath and effortlessly photoshop-capable card, implied the unavoidable satires arrived quicker than the Millennium Falcon doing the Kessel Run.
Here takes after a field manual for each type of joke the Twitterati could convey. Above all else, the Ron Howard in Arrested Development choke:
ron howard: we have a great name for the Han Solo movie
ron howard narrating: they didn't pic.twitter.com/byAbqB6LWV
— tc (@chillmage) October 17, 2017
There were porg jokes aplenty. Extra indicates this one for including a unintentional dollar sign — in light of the fact that Lucasfilm’s marketing office can envision a lot of riches right now.
c'mon, Howard, just give the audience what it wants pic.twitter.com/YyKHsYXF9X
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) October 17, 2017
You need a Solo container, a porg, and a prequel reference in one place? Here you go.
I consolidated everyone's Han Solo movie title jokes into one image. pic.twitter.com/8yM0YJvYD3
— Mike Ryan (@mikeryan) October 17, 2017
Indeed, even the colon in Solo: A Star Wars Story was a wellspring of delight.
I like the title Solo: A Star Wars Story but I was hoping for Han Solo: Dawn of the Scoundrel: Is This Too Many Colons: A Star Wars Story.
— Joseph Scrimshaw (@JosephScrimshaw) October 17, 2017
Verifiable truth: there was at that point a 1996 film called Solo. It didn’t do.
First poster for SOLO revealed!! (It's been 10 minutes, is this joke already too old?) pic.twitter.com/jJdcxOoQxO
— Germain Lussier (@GermainLussier) October 17, 2017
What’s more, obviously there’s the first red container, for which Han Solo was initially named by George Lucas. Hello, even Han gets sued now and again:
— Pete (@ThePeteAwakens) October 17, 2017
Substitute titles proliferated:
I'm surprised at all the hate for the completely sensible Han Solo title. I'm here to remind you it could have been a LOT worse. pic.twitter.com/lo0QjgHhDg
— Star Wars Explained (@StarWarsExplain) October 17, 2017
Obviously, there’s dependably somebody around to brutal your smooth:
Nerds who say the title of the new Han Solo movie isn’t creative enough seem to forget that the title of their favorite movie is Star Wars
— Matt Novak (@paleofuture) October 17, 2017
There was a lot of snark left finished for the movie’s pained way to the screen, which has incorporated the terminating of two executives — the still-unanswered inquiry of who gets the chief credit on Solo.
Savvy move by Ron Howard; naming the film after the amount of directors credited.
— Steele Wars Podcast (@SteeleWars) October 17, 2017
Going some place solo? Here’s your new go-to choke.
Like to personally thank Ron Howard for this photo that I'll send to all of my friends when they ask if I'm bringing a +1 to their wedding. pic.twitter.com/RDFcEyKKzf
— Frank Pallotta (@frankpallotta) October 17, 2017
Obviously, the genuinely bad-to-the-bone solo simply don’t go out by any stretch of the imagination.
i don't remember selling the rights to my memoirs pic.twitter.com/Oi6P1i0BTn
— heath (@heathdwilliams) October 17, 2017
Shockingly few individuals (like this creator) made a Star Wars Special Edition joke …
It's all fun and games until George Lucas photoshops the word "Greedo" onto Ron Howard's card
— Chris Taylor (@FutureBoy) October 17, 2017
… potentially on the grounds that the team got their shot in first.
— Jeremy Conrad (@ManaByte) October 17, 2017
Lastly, there’s this to a great degree cloud fan joke, in light of the way that the character was ridiculed as “Ham Salad” in the 1978 outside the box drama short Hardware Wars:
Salad: A Hardware Wars Story
— Radtke (@radtke327) October 17, 2017
Solo: A Star Wars Story opens May 25, 2018, featuring Alden Ehrenreich as the person who needs to conquer everybody’s second thoughts.