Solo: A Star Wars Story Toys & Products

As fans count down to Solo: A Star Wars Story’s debut on May 25, Lucasfilm has unveiled product collections inspired by the Star Wars film including action figures, role-play products, apparel and more that take inspiration from the upcoming movie, with comic and book titles launching in May.




Available toys from the pre-sale include:

Solo: A Star Wars Story 3.75-inch Kessel Run Millennium Falcon vehicle by Hasbro ($99.99)
Solo: A Star Wars Story Han Solo Landspeeder Vehicle by Hasbro ($29.99)
Star Wars: The Black Series 6-inch Han Solo figure by Hasbro ($19.99)
Star Wars: The Black Series 6-inch Lando Calrissian figure by Hasbro ($19.99)
Star Wars: The Black Series 6-inch Qi’ra figure by Hasbro ($19.99 – Available April 13)
Star Wars: The Black Series 6-inch Range Trooper figure by Hasbro ($19.99)



Highlights from the new product line available beginning April 13 include:

Solo: A Star Wars Story Figure Play Set by Disney store ($14.95)
Star Wars Han Solo’s Landspeeder construction set by LEGO ($29.99)
Solo: A Star Wars Story Bobbleheads in the Pop! style by Funko ($9.99)
Hot Wheels Solo: A Star Wars Story Character Cars by Mattel ($3.99)
Solo: A Star Wars Story Big Figs by Jakks Pacific ($19.99)
Star Wars: Last Shot: A Han and Lando Novel by Daniel Jose Older (Del Rey) ($28.99)
Star Wars: Choose Your Destiny: A Han and Chewie Adventure by Caven Scott, Illus. by Elsa Charretier (Disney-Lucasfilm Press)($5.99)


Products available at Disney Parks and shopDisney.com beginning April 20 include:

Droid Factory Four-Pack Set ($29.99)
Disney Pins and Trading Accessories ($9.99-$29.99)
Retail MagicBand 2 ($22.99-$32.99)
A Galaxy of Apparel for the Whole Family ($19.99-$59.99)

Retailers in the U.S. including Walmart, Amazon, and shopDisney.com are host pre-orders for select toys, with additional product available at mass retailers, Disney store, shopDisney.com and Disney Parks starting on April 13 and rolling out through May.

Solo: A Star Wars Story opens in U.S. theaters on May 25, 2018.

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