Transcript for Ron Howard shares behind-the-scenes 'Star Wars' secrets
Expect more, pay less. Get it, get it. Time for "Pop." Adrienne. You almost got to start singing because that beat -- You love to dance. I like to have fun. So rob can sit in it. Director Ron Howard sharing some hints about the director's chair directing the new Han solo movie locked in secrecy but giving us tantalizing glimpses sharing his short video on Twitter captioning it where old speeders go to die. Okay, so if anybody was in that vehicle they probably didn't fare too well and showed fans video of the crew rehearsing this crane shot. Beautiful time there of day. That's at sundown. Earlier this month it was this shot showing his exasperation with a droid. Come on, Ron. Droids don't comply. They don't take orders. Unions, demands about craft services. So high maintenance but a lot aren't participating the Han solo movie. That's next year. A whole slew of "Star wars" movies coming out in the next couple of years. It's going to be great. By our parent company. "Star wars" lives whatever. What birth order are you. Let's see. Youngest. Ron? Second. Middle. I'm the oldest and this story is about older siblings but you have to confirm whether it's true. I'm biased. Older siblings may think they're wiser than your younger brothers and sisters but a new study says the first Borns aren't the best drivers. The company found the eldest child is most likely to break the rules behind the wheel 89% of older siblings are likely to speed and 47% cut people off and 46% hog the middle lane and 35% get fined so the best drivers are -- The youngest. Always children. You think only children -- Only one on the ballot. How can you compare it. The younger children are always better playing with other. Only children are lrndz a lot more adults. They're the oldest, I think the oldest sometimes feel they're above the law. No! I'm the youngest -- Older siblings are responsible. I want to change the topic. To milk and cookies. Let me get's milk mustache. Can't grow it. Did you know how long to dunk an oreo? Turns out there is a science to it. I know because I asked you. You did. My lips are too big -- but researcher at Utah university splash lab found the perfect dunking time is three seconds, one, two, three. Perfection. Hmm and performed this using 2% milk. You don't want to lose your cookie in the milk. I like to use whole milk. Half and half. Mm-mm. You want heavy whipping cream. No, do it for three seconds y'all. Literally. Just not right. It doesn't feel right. You know what else wouldn't feel right if Gutman decided he didn't want to come back tomorrow. You've toeftded me with milk and cookies how could I not come back. Cheers. Have a great Saturday. We hope to see you tomorrow on "Good morning America." Announcer: Live from WCVB
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