The co-writer of Solo: A Star Wars Story reveals that he still plans to make a sequel of the spin-off focused on the character.
the screenwriter of Solo: A Star Wars Story, Jonathan Kasdan, detailed that he’s still open to writing a follow-up movie even though the first part wasn’t very well received by fans of the franchise.
“For there to be “Only 2” There has to be a great reason and I would certainly be willing to do it.” commented the screenwriter, who also highlighted the potential of the characters raised in the film, the events that occurred in it and the legacy of Han Solo in the hands of Alden Ehrenreich.
For me, I think the strongest argument for a Only 2It’s just that the previous tape was Alden’s journey to take up the mantle of Han, and he did, but he didn’t get a chance to have more fun with it, so I’d love to see him come back.”
Only received generally favorable reviews from the specialized press, particularly for the performance of Alden Ehrenreich, so that kasdan considers that it could create a more exciting film than the first, now that the character has already been introduced and for what a sequel would allow the Ehrenreich fully embrace their own version of They have.
Is it possible to continue with the story?
The writer’s comments come just a few months after his father and co-writer Lawrence Kasdan also express their wishes for a continuation. “I talk a lot with Jon [Kasdan] and Ron [Howard] about what went well and what went wrong with the experience of Only “, said the writer. “I would be more interested in making another movie, and not a TV series”commented on rumors of a potential re-adaptation of the story for a show on Disney +.
However, despite the fact that Kasdan is not interested in a series, the truth is that a sequel is unlikely to happen. Solo: A Star Wars Story for the big screen, due to the fact that the film did not meet box office expectations and that Rise of Skywalker ended the saga skywalkerso there really hasn’t been a new franchise story for theaters since 2019.
And it is that currently Star Wars has mainly concentrated on extending its universe through television, presenting products such as Obi Wan Kenobian idea that was originally proposed as a spin-off film, but which ended up being reformulated as a series precisely after the commercial failure of Only.
Rumors suggest that lucasfilm is developing a series derived from Solo: A Star Wars Story, but focused on some of its secondary characters and not necessarily on the iconic outlaw. However, as of yet the company has not officially announced how they will proceed with such stories.
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