Money is not everything for the star of Star Wars the most expensive movie ever.
Alden Ehrenreich playing Han Solo in the upcoming solo: A Star Wars Story recently spoke to Wealthsimple's recurring series Money Diaries about it why it is less bad to pay less and less for films.
"In recent years, I've worked with some incredible, legendary directors – Francis Ford Coppola, Woody Allen, Chan-wook Park, Warren Beatty, Ron Howard and the Coen Brothers – and I've discovered something fascinating: the better The director you work with, the less you get paid, "he explained.
"For me, experience has always been worthwhile," he added.
Ehrenreich, 28, worked throughout his career with some of Hollywood's most celebrated talents together, but the actor revealed that before he went into show business, his DA y jobs were not always so glamorous.
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Now Ehrenreich's job is to be the face of a $ 250 million film and scam franchise that promises to unveil the story behind Harrison Ford's beloved character. But even as a movie star, he said he still has not developed a taste for the beautiful things.
"Sometimes I wish generous spending could make me happy, but I found that the one that brings the most enjoyment costs me the least money – reading books," he explained.
"My Favorites? Steppenwolf by Herman Hesse. John Steinbeck's Eastern Eden All by Alan Watts. I've just read Marilynne Robinson's Gilead ," added he added.
Ehrenreich first opened to the people to get Ford's blessing to take over the role. "Harrison was great, it was great to meet him and have lunch with him," he said. "I met him in his airplane hangar in Santa Monica and we sat around with five planes, basically saying," Tell them I've told you everything you need to know, but that you can not tell anyone about it. "
Solo: A Star Wars Story is also played by Donald Glover as Lando Calrissian, played in the original trilogy by Billy Dee Williams.
The movie will be released on May 25