The two Han Solos finally reunited on Saturday.
The two Han Solos finally reunited on Saturday -- and ET's cameras captured the whole thing.
Harrison Ford surprised Alden Ehrenreich during his ET junket interview for Solo: A Star Wars Story, after missing the film's Los Angeles premiere earlier in the week. Playing the wise-cracking Han Solo made Ford a star when the first Star Wars films came out in the late '70s and early '80s, and while Ehrenreich definitely has an established resume, we have a feeling Solo is about to do the same for him.
Ehrenreich clearly couldn't contain his excitement or shock when Ford crashed his interview -- and hilariously told him to "Get out of my chair!" See the moment below and check back to ETonline on Sunday for the interview.
Ford and Ehrenreich were last spotted together in January 2017, when a fan snapped a photo of the two grabbing lunch. The meeting happened months after Ehrenreich first scored the role as young Solo -- and years after he was first discovered by none other than Steven Spielberg.
"He was in a bat mitzvah video that my daughter acted with him in for their best friend," the legendary director told ET in 2016. "They showed me the video and I loved it and I got him an agent. That's sort of how it all began."
"I thought he had a lot of promise in comedy," Spielberg explained. "I didn't know he was going to rogue [into] drama. He was so funny in this video, I thought, 'I have found the next really funny comedian.' But most of his choices have been in drama and people don't know how really funny he is."
See more in the video below.
Solo: A Star Wars Story hits theaters on May 25.
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