Harrison Ford tells Jimmy Kimmel it’s true that he wanted Han Solo killed off in original trilogy

So, Jimmy Kimmel was in the Halloween and Star Wars spirit final evening. Dressed as Princess Leia, Kimmel sat down for an interview with Harrison Ford, a.okay.a. Han Solo, who was dressed like a scorching canine.

After all Kimmel prodded Ford for any particulars about The Power Awakens, however Ford held his floor, not saying a lot.

Nevertheless, he did give Kimmel the backstory on one attention-grabbing tidbit from the primary trilogy — he wanted Han Solo killed off.

“I requested him [George Lucas] to ask the writers to kill me off as a result of I believed that it will be good that the character who appeared to have not-so-much of a fancy, interweaving with the theme of the Power and all that good things… I believed it will be good that the character would, if he sacrificed himself in some noble approach.”

Earlier this week, J.J. Abrams gave a few more clues as to how superior this film is meant to be, together with speaking about why Luke Skywalker isn’t in the trailer or on the film poster.

Ford merely instructed Kimmel jokingly: “There wasn’t room.” However he did say this in regards to the new film: “Belief me. It’s actually good…You’ll not be disillusioned.”

Final evening, Kimmel additionally introduced that the Nov. 23 present shall be fully devoted to Star Wars: The Power Awakens. What could be higher than Han Solo as a hotdog? We’ll have to attend and see.

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