The actor-writer-musician, who plays Lando Calrissian in the upcoming and still untitled Han Solo Star Wars movie, covers The Hollywood Reporter's latest issue, where he candidly admits that he was a little anxious when he heard that the film's original directors, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, had been fired, with Ron Howard stepping in to replace them.
Soon enough though, the conversation moved over to his current activities, and how he's been living in London whilst filming the new Star Wars movie, but still finding time to work on new music. "You guys have been instrumental in my music".
"I'm not the type of person to rush anything". "I feel like if you rush it, you're going to get something you don't want and you'll start to question why you even like it".
Regarding his ascent in Hollywood, and his desire to shift the focus of film and television towards different perspectives, Glover said, "I know it takes time.and you have to make people feel comfortable". But to be completely honest, it's nearly ready. The renaissance man is now wrapping up production on the untitled Han Solo movie (why aren't we calling it the Solo Solo Story?) where he'll be playing a young Lando Calrissian. "London has been very inspirational". "As much as 'Redbone" is a punk song because it's a gospel song that's on the radio, I'm like there's only so far you can go before you just are the radio". "I'm pretty happy with a lot of the things, and I think it's better than the first season".