Lucasfilm President Addresses More Live Han Solo Stories

release Solo: A Star Wars Story Marking a turning point for the galaxy far, far away, it was the origin story of a beloved character from the original trilogy, although it was ultimately a standalone experience. For a number of reasons, the film failed to match the successes of other Disney-released Star Wars films, seemingly squashing all hopes of a follow-up that poked fun at the film’s open finale, and while there were no reports of a sequel, Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy Don’t rule it out completely.

When asked before movie total (for every GamesRadar) About seeing Han Solo return, Kennedy sneered, “There is always a future for single!

While there were no substantial reports about his adventures single In continuation, various elements of this film were continued in other projects. Qi’ra has made a surprising return to the franchise in several Star Wars comic books in recent years, allowing fans to spend more time with his newfound crime lord, while Lucasfilm has already confirmed that Star Wars: Lando Developed for Disney+.

On the other hand, Han Solo actor Alden Ehrenreich lost interest in the series, due to the time he had to commit to bring this first movie to life.

Ehrenreich shared a very funny “movie time” movie total Back in 2020.”single It was a three year experience, all said and done. I’ve been away from home for about three years or so. And not only personally, but also as an actor and artist – the well is dry. You don’t have much experience with real relationships with people.”

The actor also noted that there was more interest in the story referring to the film as a “disappointment” than in more detailed reports about the film’s successes balanced with ways that did not live up to expectations.

“This movie, it wasn’t as good as the other Star Wars movies, but it’s still good for the movie,” the actor said. “And so it was kind of that mean thing. But it’s not newsworthy. Even in the high-profile press, there’s a lot of pressure, sometimes, it seems, to dramatize or celebrate…and I think that’s really dangerous, especially when it comes to With things that are really important, like the state of the world…the title of an article that says “Things are complicated, there are good sides and bad sides” don’t get the emotional response. And I just think we should really take a step back, and think a lot about the way it’s being done Managing our feelings through the stories they immerse us in.”

Stay tuned for potential future updates of Solo: A Star Wars Story.

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