In "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" the Kessel Run is referenced again when Han and his Wookiee sidekick Chewbacca reclaim their ship to find Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Finn (John Boyega) on-board with BB-8.
"Spicey?" therefore seems to be a reference to how the Kessel Run was a hyperspace route used by smugglers to move spice from Kessel mines - suggesting that the aforementioned Kessel Run will be featured in the new film at some point. Given its difficulty, the Run became a fierce competition amongst smugglers, with those finishing it in the shortest overall distance proving their keen maneuvering and piloting skills.
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City will look to continue their impressive start to the 2017-18 campaign when they host Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon. He was quoted by ESPN saying, "I can see him staying here for more years, but we need to win titles to keep him with us".
A source close to the production has revealed to us that someone-presumably not Wilding, given his pretty definitive statement that he isn't involved-was on the set of Howard's Han Solo reshoots in Darth Vader's armor as recently as two weeks ago.
As we go back in time to see a younger Han Solo - played by Alden Ehrenreich - it's looking increasingly likely that we'll see this famous moment in Star Wars history actually happen. Other cast members include Emilia Clarke, Thandie Newton, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Ian Kenny, Michael K. Williams and Warwick Davis.
That scene in question, as any Star Wars fan will know, unfolds in Mos Eisley Cantina, in which the swashbuckling Han Solo offers his services (and his ship!) to the rather desperate Obi-Wan and Luke Skywalker, as they seek out safe passage to the Alderaan system.