Battle Droid (Trade Federation Army): Rubbish at fighting; great to cut down with lightsabers. Defeated Jar-Jar Binks and the Gungans in the Battle of Naboo (Starwars.com)
Battle Droid (Trade Federation Army): Rubbish at fighting; great to cut down with lightsabers. Defeated Jar-Jar Binks and the Gungans in the Battle of Naboo (Starwars.com)
Droideka (Trade Federation Army):  Shields and twin blasters make them dangerous even for Jedi.  (Starwars.com)
Droideka (Trade Federation Army): Shields and twin blasters make them dangerous even for Jedi. (Starwars.com)
Advanced Battle Droid (Trade Federation Army): Like Battle Droids on steroids. Still fun to cut down though (Starwars.com)
Advanced Battle Droid (Trade Federation Army): Like Battle Droids on steroids. Still fun to cut down though (Starwars.com)
Quarterstaff Droids (Separatist Army): Wield sonic quarterstaffs well enough to take on Jedi. Make for great bodyguards (Starwars.com)
Quarterstaff Droids (Separatist Army): Wield sonic quarterstaffs well enough to take on Jedi. Make for great bodyguards (Starwars.com)
General Grievous (Separatist): Is he a droid? is he an organism? Is he force sensitive? The only thing we can say for sure is that he's dangerous (Starwars.com)
General Grievous (Separatist): Is he a droid? is he an organism? Is he force sensitive? The only thing we can say for sure is that he's dangerous (Starwars.com)
Imperial Probe Droid (The Empire): Looks scary, but not as scary as what inevitably follows (Starwars.com)
Imperial Probe Droid (The Empire): Looks scary, but not as scary as what inevitably follows (Starwars.com)
Medical Droid (The Rebellion): Great at replacing arms that have been cut off in lightsaber combat. Put everyone at ease by giving them a sympathetic look (Starwars.com)
Medical Droid (The Rebellion): Great at replacing arms that have been cut off in lightsaber combat. Put everyone at ease by giving them a sympathetic look (Starwars.com)
Hoover Droid (The Empire): Follow Storm Troopers around looking busy. May secretly be the main enemy. (Starwars.com)
Hoover Droid (The Empire): Follow Storm Troopers around looking busy. May secretly be the main enemy. (Starwars.com)
K-2SO — Imperial security droid (The Rebellion): Strong, coordinated, intelligent and because of reprogramming, sans-filter! Almost human (Starwars.com)
K-2SO — Imperial security droid (The Rebellion): Strong, coordinated, intelligent and because of reprogramming, sans-filter! Almost human (Starwars.com)
C-3PO — Protocol Droid (The Rebellion): Annoying but occasionally useful. Such as when the teddy-bear-like Ewoks installed him as their deity. Proficient in over 6 billion forms of communication (Starwars.com)
C-3PO — Protocol Droid (The Rebellion): Annoying but occasionally useful. Such as when the teddy-bear-like Ewoks installed him as their deity. Proficient in over 6 billion forms of communication (Starwars.com)
R2-D2 — Astromech Droid (The Rebellion): Pint-sized dynamo who keeps fighting the good fight. A solution for every fix and great at rescuing the day (Starwars,com)
R2-D2 — Astromech Droid (The Rebellion): Pint-sized dynamo who keeps fighting the good fight. A solution for every fix and great at rescuing the day (Starwars,com)
R5-D4 — Astromech Droid (The Rebellion): Exploded unexpectedly moments after being introduced. Had he not, the galaxy would have been very different. (Starwars.com)
R5-D4 — Astromech Droid (The Rebellion): Exploded unexpectedly moments after being introduced. Had he not, the galaxy would have been very different. (Starwars.com)
BB8 — Astromech Droid (The Rebellion): Great at scooting around and even better for merchandising. BB8 is like a baby R2
BB8 — Astromech Droid (The Rebellion): Great at scooting around and even better for merchandising. BB8 is like a baby R2
Battle Droid (Trade Federation Army): Rubbish at fighting; great to cut down with lightsabers. Defeated Jar-Jar Binks and the Gungans in the Battle of Naboo (Starwars.com)
Droideka (Trade Federation Army):  Shields and twin blasters make them dangerous even for Jedi.  (Starwars.com)
Advanced Battle Droid (Trade Federation Army): Like Battle Droids on steroids. Still fun to cut down though (Starwars.com)
Quarterstaff Droids (Separatist Army): Wield sonic quarterstaffs well enough to take on Jedi. Make for great bodyguards (Starwars.com)
General Grievous (Separatist): Is he a droid? is he an organism? Is he force sensitive? The only thing we can say for sure is that he's dangerous (Starwars.com)
Imperial Probe Droid (The Empire): Looks scary, but not as scary as what inevitably follows (Starwars.com)
Medical Droid (The Rebellion): Great at replacing arms that have been cut off in lightsaber combat. Put everyone at ease by giving them a sympathetic look (Starwars.com)
Hoover Droid (The Empire): Follow Storm Troopers around looking busy. May secretly be the main enemy. (Starwars.com)
K-2SO — Imperial security droid (The Rebellion): Strong, coordinated, intelligent and because of reprogramming, sans-filter! Almost human (Starwars.com)
C-3PO — Protocol Droid (The Rebellion): Annoying but occasionally useful. Such as when the teddy-bear-like Ewoks installed him as their deity. Proficient in over 6 billion forms of communication (Starwars.com)
R2-D2 — Astromech Droid (The Rebellion): Pint-sized dynamo who keeps fighting the good fight. A solution for every fix and great at rescuing the day (Starwars,com)
R5-D4 — Astromech Droid (The Rebellion): Exploded unexpectedly moments after being introduced. Had he not, the galaxy would have been very different. (Starwars.com)
BB8 — Astromech Droid (The Rebellion): Great at scooting around and even better for merchandising. BB8 is like a baby R2

The Director Of Star Wars' ​​Han Solo Origin Story Is Having Droid Trouble

Team Republic |

Robots on the sets of the yet- to-be-titled Han Solo film are troubling director Ron Howard.

The 63-year-old filmmaker took to Twitter to share a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the droid that is giving him a hard time on the sets of the "Star Wars" spin-off.

"Droids help make the Galaxy go round but I find they don't always listen to the director! #UntitledHanSoloMovie

"These droids can be so damn intractable. But we'll go until we get it right! #UntitledHanSoloMovie," wrote Howard, alongside the photograph of the robot.

The Oscar-winning director has been named as the new director for the movie, after Phil Lord and Christopher Miller left the project.

Star Wars Anthology: Han Solo origin story's cast:

With Alden Ehrenreich (Han Solo), Donald Glover (Lando Calrissian), Woody Harrelson, Joonas Suotamo (Chewbacca) and Emilia Clarke (Mother of Dragons, rightful Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, now and always)

Here are Ron Howard's tweets on the '#UntitledHanSoloMovie' tweets - 

Now, as Ron Howard has correctly pointed out, Droids were fairly important 'a long time ago in a galaxy far far away'. Above is a list of some of the most important ones so that he may appreciate them a bit more.

The Untitled Han Solo film is scheduled to release on March 25, 2018. Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi releases on December 15, 2017. It's trailer is below: 

(With PTI inputs)

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