Ron Howard might have had to take over the production of Solo: A Star Wars Story after Lucasfilm fired original directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller over "creative differences," however it seems like the filmmaker shot the same script as The Lego Movie helmsmen.
An unnamed Solo star recently went on an interview with Vulture to speak about the troubled production of the film. During the discussion, the source revealed that there actually weren't any revisions to the script after Lord and Miller left.
"It's exactly the same script. They're filming exactly the same things. There's nothing new. [Lord and Miller] used whole sets. But Ron is just using parts from those sets. I guess they're not shooting wide angle. Maybe to save money."
Though the news piece might seem a bit concerning, Lucasfilm's issue with Solo wasn't actually with the script but with the tone that Lord and Miller were trying to achieve, saying that the shots that the two had filmed for Solo were just too comedic for the franchise. It's such a shame though that Howard decided against wide shots of the entire set. The angle just might not have suit the film.
Solo: A Star Wars Story makes its way to the big screen on May 25.