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The real reason why Harrison Ford always wanted Han Solo dead

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Much of Han Solo’s appeal stems from his character arc during the first three appearances in “Star Wars”. In “A New Hope”, he is portrayed as a crude, irresponsible criminal who doesn’t love authority or keep his promises. However, towards the end of the film and in “The Empire Strikes Back” and “Return of the Jedi” he largely leaves his old ways behind, joining the Rebel Alliance and embracing his love for princess Leia. For Harrison Ford, those personal bonds should have been undone by Han, leading to his eventual death.

“I think it’s the right use of the character,” Ford told Entertainment Weekly’s Tumblr page in 2016 (via Rant screen), added, “His sacrifice for other characters will show weight and emotional weight.” He also notes that he doesn’t take this stance because he’s fed up with the part, even though it’s in direct conflict with his previous comments. However, he obtained his wish in “The Force Awakens” when Han’s own son, Ben “Kylo Ren” Solo (Adam Driver), killed him during the Resistance’s attack on Starkiller Base.

It goes without saying that Han Solo’s death, along with the horrifying reactions of Rey (Daisy Ridley), Finn (John Boyega) and Chewbacca, actually added some serious emotion to “The Force Awakens.” . It may have taken a few decades longer than he expected, but Harrison Ford has finally seen his vision of Han’s death come true.

https://www.looper.com/742959/the-real-reason-harrison-ford-always-wanted-han-solo-to-die/ The real reason why Harrison Ford always wanted Han Solo dead

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