Select Star Wars toys tied to the upcoming film are available for pre-order now.
NORTH AMERICA–Lucasfilm has revealed a robust assortment of merchandise based on the upcoming film Solo: A Star Wars Story, in U.S. theaters May 25.
The new range includes a host of goods including action figures, role play products, apparel and more. Additionally, retailers like Walmart, Amazon and shopDisney.com have unveiled a score of pre-orders for select items, beginning today. These include:
Solo: A Star Wars Story 3.75-inch Kessel Run Millennium Falcon vehicle by Hasbro
Solo: A Star Wars Story Han Solo Landspeeder vehicle by Hasbro
Star Wars: The Black Series 6-inch Han Solo figure by Hasbro
Star Wars: The Black Series 6-inch Lando Calrissian figure by Hasbro
Star Wars: The Black Series 6-inch Qi’ra figure by Hasbro
Star Wars: The Black Series 6-inch Range Trooper figure by Hasbro
Additional highlights from the new product line, which will be available beginning April 13, include:
Solo: A Star Wars Story figure play set by Disney Store
Star Wars Han Solo’s Landspeeder construction set by LEGO
Solo: A Star Wars Story bobbleheads in the Pop! style by Funko
Hot Wheels Solo: A Star Wars Story character cars by Mattel
Solo: A Star Wars Story Big Figs by Jakks Pacific
Star Wars: Last Shot: A Han and Lando Novel by Daniel Jose Older (Del Rey)
Star Wars: Choose Your Destiny: A Han and Chewie Adventure book by Caven Scott, with illustrations by Elsa Charretier (Disney-Lucasfilm Press)
A Droid Factory four-pack set, Disney pins and trading accessories as well as a host of apparel will also be available at Disney Parks and shopDisney.com, beginning April 20.
“The latest Star Wars adventure celebrates iconic characters like Han Solo and Chewbacca, and introduces a host of new heroes,” says Paul Gainer, head, global product management and distribution, Disney Parks, Experiences and Consumer Products. “Through innovative toy features and product experiences, our Solo collection brings this new story to life for fans and families around the world.”