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'Solo' is Ron Howard's latest chapter in his own Hollywood saga

Ron Howard saw the original "Star Wars" movie on its opening day in 1977 - and now 41 years later, his name is about to appear in the credits of the latest piece of the saga, "Solo: A Star Wars Story." In this week's Sunday Sitdown, the Academy Award-winning director talks to Willie Geist about what it was like to take the reins of the film, how he was able to stay grounded as a child actor, and he shares his "lucky charm" he uses in every one of his movies.
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Ron Howard saw the original “Star Wars” movie on its opening day in 1977 – and now 41 years later, his name is about to appear in the credits of the latest piece of the saga, “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, the Academy Award-winning director talks to Willie Geist about what it was like to take the reins of the film, how he was able to stay grounded as a child actor, and he shares his “lucky charm” he uses in every one of his movies.