The #milleniumfalcon has landed in the middle of Hollywood Blvd for the premiere of #Solo. Crews are putting the finishing touches on it ahead of tonight’s event. #StarWars fans began camping out on Wednesday to get a glimpse of the actors. Remember, #HollywoodBlvd is shut down between Orange and Highland until Friday morning. More info —> LINK IN BIO Thanks @orangelens and @adamthewooatw for sharing your photos with us! 💯
The latest Star Wars movie, "Solo," premieres tonight, and the force is with Hollywood as crews are building a replica of the Millennium Falcon.
However, the Millennium Falcon wasn't the only thing awaiting the premiere on the streets of Hollywood overnight. According to CBSLA, more than two dozen Star Wars fans began to gather on Hollywood Blvd. starting around 8 p.m. last night. They set up camp and slept on the street in hopes of getting the best seats in the theater.
Star Wars fans are camped out for tonight’s premiere of “Solo.” Hollywood Blvd is shut down from Highland to Orange for the star-studded event. Movie premieres at El Capitan, TCL Chinese, and the Dolby starting at 7:00 p.m. pic.twitter.com/4cN86QFvrI— Kandiss Crone (@KandissCroneTV) May 10, 2018
Star Wars fan Luis Kezzer said: “We want to meet the stars, you know, front row, so that’s what it takes. You have to be here 17, 18 hours, just to be in the front row. But it’s worth it, it’s worth it.”
The new movie focuses primarily on the early life of Han Solo, and it will hit theaters tonight.