Every trope has been done to death and the last great Western was Unforgiven and it essentially was the final Western movie. Star Was has an entire universe of tools at their disposal and they’re going with seedy bars, two bit gangsters, gambling dens and a train robbery? Even the bit with Chewy hanging out the train and he’s about to hit a cliff face - if that’s their big cliffhanger moment to end the trailer on then they’re in trouble (is it’s as tired a trope as there is).
When I talked to Phil Lord and he’d just got the job this isn’t the kind of story he’d talked about at all. He had a far different vision. I get the feeling Disney reigned in the story (and the casting of Han) to make a story they were comfortable with, and it feels just like the Lone Ranger.