Sometimes the greatest friendships don't always start on the best of terms, and it looks like that applies to the great smuggler duo, Han Solo and Chewbacca.
In a recent interview, Alden Ehrenreich (Han Solo) said of Solo: A Star Wars Story, "Chewie's about 190 years old, so he's not exactly young in Wookiee terms. [Han and Chewie] both have very strong personalities so they butt heads a little bit."
Seeing as how this movie will serve as the origin of their relationship, that makes a lot of sense, especially since this wouldn't be the first time Chewie's seen some action. Remember, this story would have taken place a little over a decade after the events of Revenge of the Sith, where fans saw Chewie and Wookie chieftain Tarfful help Yoda escape.
So, by now, Chewbacca has seen a lot in his 190 years and is far wiser than the young, brash, idealist that Ehrenreich's Solo shows to be.
Screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan though promises this movie to be a "bromance" between the two and says Solo will show just how their loyal, inseparable (until The Force Awakens) bond was forged.