We Put Harrison Ford's Hair on the Actors in the Running to Play Han Solo
Considering Teller has managed to carry everything from action film to romances to dark psychological dramas, it should come as no surprise that he's also able to carry the weight of Han Solo's hair with ease. And he looks pretty darn fantastic, if we say so. (Sorry.)
We assume that Eastwood will be feeling pretty lucky once he finds out just how well he manages to carry off Ford's sweet, feathered hairdo. Well, do you, Scott? Do you feel lucky?
Attention Star Wars directors: The Han Solo haircut pretty much looks like it was made to be on the Perks of Being a Wallflower star's head. Do with that information what you will.
Sure, that old-school flip looks a little more Saturday Night Fever than Star Wars on Cohen's head, but it's not his fault – he is from Brooklyn after all.
In case you needed further proof that Dave can hold his own next to his brother: Can you see James carrying off this hair with such style? No. (Cornrows, though, that's all him.)
It's all a metaphor, you see? You put the Han Solo hair on the head of the guy who starred in The Fault in Our Stars, but you don't make him actually wear it when you film the movie.
MICHAEL B. JORDAN
Okay, so Jordan isn't technically on the long list to play Han Solo, but we think once the film's directors see the way the Creed's star's natural good looks and charisma help him pull off a slick '70's hairstyle with panache, they'll give him a call. Or, at the very least, write a young Lando Calrissian into the script.