Harrison Ford has given us a hint that he may not be completely done with playing Han Solo in “Star Wars” movies.
The last release of the science-fiction series, “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” showed the return of Harrison Ford as Han Solo. However, it ended in a bad note for Han’s character. His fans saw the old space smuggler get killed by Kylo Ren (Adam Drive). Kylo is Han’s son who was gained over by the First Order.
Even though Han’s journey in “Star Wars” has most likely come to an end, when Harrison was asked by a BBC News interviewer whether he could come back as the character, he replied with a naughty smile, “Anything’s possible in space, and the movies,” reveals Celebrity Gossip.
The rumors related to casting are hinting towards Harrison’s possible return. Sources reveal either he will be featured in flashback sequences or appear as a ghostly figure, as dead characters Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker did in the third film of the original trilogy, “Episode VI – Return of The Jedi.”
According to ComicBook, on a latest episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” Ford appeared as a guest. It seems he was not so sure about the chances of Han returning. When asked whether “The Force Awakens” would be the last appearance of Han Solo in a “Star Wars” series, Ford teasingly replied by asking, “Who said that? Who made you the boss?”
After spending thirty long years in the “Star Wars” space, the senior action star is finally able to bid goodbye to playing an iconic character. The best part, the 73-year senior star doesn’t have any regret about it, said Celebrity Gossip.
As revealed by the trailer earlier this month, we may get to see Harrison returning to “Indiana Jones” with director Steven Spielberg, soon.