"Woody showed up with like 6 people, and he was like, 'Hey these are your neighbors ... They can come in, right?'" the new Han Solo actor tells Ellen DeGeneres.
"We shot in the Dolomites on top of like a mountain range," Ehrenreich told Ellen DeGeneres on her show Monday. "And it was like very cool and we were on the flight back and [Harrelson] was like, 'We’re going to play croquet.' So he made me come play croquet and get drunk with him in this croquet fields."
Ellen recalled when Harrelson was on her show last week and said he stopped smoking pot and then started again, and asked if Ehrenreich knew what "time period" the croquet game was at. "Well, I don’t want to, you know," the actor said, hesitant to comment one way or the other. "I’m sure that’s true," he added with a laugh.
It is known that Harrelson likes to party, but Ehrenreich said he actually often declined his co-star's invites. However, when Ehrenreich was hosting a party with the cast (including fellow "Solo" stars Donald Glover and Emilia Clarke) Harrelson brought six strangers to the actor's house, walked in, and said: "Hey these are your neighbors! ... You gotta meet your neighbors. They can come in, right?"
Ehrenreich clarified he doesn't think they were his actual neighbors, rather just some people Harrelson ran into on the street outside. "Neighbors in the global sense," Glover joked.
Ellen also asked Glover and Ehrenreich what their first impressions of each other were. Hint: they were both fans of each other's work.
"I know this guy’s good, I’ve already seen him work," Glover explained. "I don’t know if he thinks I’m gonna be too like silly or whatever," to which Ehrenreich joked, "Yeah, that was a concern."
"The Hail Caesar" star also really wanted the "This Is America" singer to think that he was cool, and was anxious trying to figure out what type of music to play when he was in the makeup trailer with Glover (AKA Childish Gambino). The consensus was that they like very different types of music: Ehrenreich enjoys Bruce Springsteen and The Eagles, while the hip-hop artist indicated he never listened to either of those rock artists.
Ellen asked the co-stars what it was like to have actions figures of themselves. This was something that meant a lot to Glover.
"They sent [the action figures] to us," he said. "And like it’s super weird for me, because I gave it to my son, and his mom is always being like, 'Who’s that?' And he’s just playing and he’s like, 'Oh, this is daddy,'" Glover said, "Daddy’s riding a horse made of playdough. I didn’t feel like that before, but to see him do it is kind of like full circle. It’s beautiful, it’s weird but beautiful."
"Solo: A Star Wars Story" hits theaters May 25.