ILM has been sharing some quick behind the scenes videos from their work on Solo: A Star Wars Story. These quick hits are a great way to see all of the work that goes into making some of the most iconic scenes from Solo, and other Star Wars movies, come to life.

This new video takes a look at what went into making the Kessel Run live up to the hype. We start off by getting a glimpse at all of the intricate digital effects that were used to construct the mines of Kessel themselves, and then we jump right into the giant squid-like monster that is at the heart of the Maw.

In my opinion, the Kessel Run was once of the coolest scenes from Solo. Not only do we get to see Han becoming the pilot of the Millennium Falcon, but we get to see why nobody has ever been able to make the Kessel Run in fewer parsecs than Han and the Falcon.

Give this video a watch and let us know what you think about it!

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