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‘Solo’ revives thrill of seeing new actors inhabit old roles

One of the intriguing aspects of “Solo: A Star Wars Story” involves whether fans embrace Alden Ehrenreich and Donald Glover as they approximate younger versions of Harrison Ford and Billy Dee Williams. And if that seems self-evident, given a recent trend in movies — and “Star Wars” in particular — it’s a welcome departure from using computer gimmickry to “de-age,” or even resurrect, actors.

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