Ron Howard says sequel talk is entirely driven by fans and not a priority for Lucasfilm
Forgive me for dumping on the Friday before the new year. Ron Howard speaks of a sequel Solo: A Star Wars Story is entirely fan-driven and not a priority for Lucasfilm. Shot! It's a harsh reality, Ron. With so many war of stars Projects in development across theatrical releases and streaming, there's certainly room for solo 2, no? Let's dive into Howard's interview with NME and find out, shall we?
Speaking of NME above solo 2 Rumors, Howard said, "The only discussion I'm aware of right now about a sequel to 'Solo' is coming from the fans," Howard confirmed. "As I understand it, I don't think it's a Lucasfilm priority." Howard added, "But there are some great characters coming out and the people at Lucasfilm love the fans and really listen, so I'd never say never - but I'm not aware of any specific plans at this point to expand on the story or get involved." figures to deal with in this particular set."
While this update sucks, it's heartening to know Howard is taking a never-say-never approach to the situation. That's better than nothing. As a connoisseur Solo: A Star Wars Story more than most I would be willing for solo 2. Han Solo strikes me as a character who wreaked havoc across the galaxy before he met Luke and Leia, and part of me wants to witness the shenanigans.
Unfortunately, even Howard thinks so Solo: A Star Wars Story was disappointing. At least that's what he said in 2019 when he was talking about them Happy sad confused podcast. "It made a lot of money, but it didn't live up to expectations." Howard admitted. “I came in eager to help, felt like I could and had a blast. Usually it takes three years, I worked eight months and got an experience. I really like how it turned out. I loved the way it was played for the audience which I witnessed. All of this makes me feel good.”
development for Solo: A Star Wars Story was a nightmare for everyone involved. The film, which focuses on Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) and Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover), traded hands multiple times, and Howard swooped in at the eleventh hour to salvage what was there, adding his signature flair. The final product received mixed reviews from critics and fans alike, throwing in our chances for solo 2 into the Sarlacc pit. There's a chance Lucasfilm will revisit this war of stars Spinoff in the future but I wouldn't hold my breath.
Would you like Lucasfilm to focus on that? solo 2? Is it too late to redeem young Han Solo's misadventures in a galaxy far, far away? Let us know what you think in the comments section.
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