“I’ve waited a long time for a shot like this.”

Well, young Han, break up the narrative carbonite and board your Falcon, because your shot has arrived.

The second trailer for “Solo: A Star Wars Story” landed late Sunday, and the undercurrent to the two-minute-plus clip seems to be: Let’s assuage your concerns, dear viewer, about this once-troubled production.

So we get the pieces of the “putting-together-a-crew” plot – “Ocean’s 11″ style – snapping snugly together like Star Wars Lego bricks.

Sure, the trailer – like young Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) himself – might still look “a little rough around the edges,” but we’re being reassured with touches great and small that all is “good.”

“You’re after something. Is it revenge? Money? Or is it something else?” intones Qi’Ra (Emilia Clarke), ticking off the cues that clue in viewers to the beats of a sci-fi heist.

Ron Howard’s reclamation of a “Solo” project opens May 25, when it’s expected to have a domestic debut north of $150 million.

– From news service reports