The making of Solo: A Star Wars Story has fascinated fans for a while, and while the deepest details of the process may never publicly be revealed, Industrial Light & Magic Presents: Making Solo: A Star Wars Story by Rob Bredow, written from the ILM point of view, may well shed some interesting light on the topic.
Retailing for $50.00, this is available in hardcover via Amazon and released 16th April 2019.
Industrial Light & Magic Presents: Making Solo: A Star Wars Story is an eyewitness account of the film’s production from visual effects supervisor and co-producer Rob Bredow. The book gives readers an intimate glimpse into the journey that Solo took from pre-production, production, and post-production, fully documenting how this film came to the big screen.
Making Solo gives a chronological overview of how this multiple-Academy-Award-winning visual effects company created new worlds, aliens, droids, and vehicles for a galaxy far, far away, including insights into how the train heist on Vandor, L3-37, the Kessel Run, and the reimagined Millennium Falcon were brought to life. A must-have for Star Wars fans, this authorized, all-access book will be an indispensable work for all movie fans and devotees of popular culture.