Melissa McCarthy, Jodie Foster ‘audition’ for young Han Solo on Conan

Melissa McCarthy, Jodie Foster ‘audition’ for young Han Solo on Conan, IT’S the role more than 3000 young actors auditioned for ... and not even some of Hollywood's most established stars could master.

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IT’S the role more than 3000 young actors auditioned for ... and not even some of Hollywood's most established stars could master.

Jodie Foster, Adam Sandler, Melissa McCarthy, Bill Hader, rapper 50 Cent, Jeff Goldblum and Will Arnett are among the famous faces who tried — and failed, spectacularly — to audition for the role of “young Han Solo” in the Star Wars spin-off movie.

Their tongue-in-cheek “auditions” for the role in a start-studded sketch on US tonight show, Conan.

Arnett thought the character was named “Hen Solo”, Hader added a bit too much attitude to the character, while McCarthy attempted to rewrite the script, saying “parsecs” should be “parsnips”.

Watch the hilarious video here:

YOUNG HAN SOLO

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