Savvy to spaces deep, hyper, and cyber alike, Han Solo appreciates the importance of a sizable Instagram following. That said, Han isn’t going to sacrifice his creative integrity in the name of clicks. That’s where he and Chewbacca, prone to “basic” snapshots of (admittedly) meticulously arranged cookie platters, differ. Alas, even in that eternally strange and intriguing galaxy we know only to be far, far away, the varied Internet-connected denizens cannot resist ogling a glorious food pic. It’s just something Han, a curator of much more thoughtful content, will have to understand and accept with maturity… either that or make hostile excuses about.
[brightcove video_id=”5415722995001″ brightcove_account_id=”3653334524001″ brightcove_player_id=”rJs2ZD8x”]This latest episode of “Millennial Falcon,” which charts the adventures of Young Han Solo–not quite the Young Han Solo that we’ll be seeing in Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s upcoming Young Han Solo movie (starring Alden Ehrenreich as the Young Han Solo in question), but a Han Solo whose youngness might be more familiar to those inhabiting a present day Earth–invites Han’s Star Wars buddies Young Chewie, and effectively ageless C-3PO and R2-D2 into the mix for an intelligent, civil-minded chat about the artistry of Instagram.
This is only Young Han Solo’s latest foray into modern culture. If you enjoy, check out Young Han and Young Leia’s squabbles over Tinder, Young Han’s political disagreements with Not-So-Young Darth Vader, and Young Han’s woke-off with young pal, Young Lando Calrissian. Let us know what corner of millennial culture our Young Han Solo should tackle next! (As the man says, engagement is important, so chime in!)
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