The Star Wars spin-off, dedicated to the famous smuggler Han Solo, will be Lawrence Kasdan's last movie project associated with the famous saga. The famous screenwriter and producer himself spoke about this in an interview with the German edition of Bild.
"I've been involved in four of the movies in the series. That's enough," he said. According to Kasdan, initially he did not want to engage in a spin-off, but succumbed to the persuasion of his loved ones, in particular, his son, who will now co-write the movie.
As a reminder, Kasdan has written movies such as Star Wars: Episode 5 - The Empire Strikes Back, Star Wars: Episode 6 - Return of the Jedi and Star Wars: Episode 7 - The Force Awakens. The latter's director, JJ Abrams, described his experience with the screenwriter as "an invaluable master class".
As for the movie about Han Solo, Chris Miller and Phil Lord, the creators of the Lego movie, have been appointed as directors. The head of the Lucasmovie studio, Kathleen Kennedy, in an interview, promised not to "delve into Solo's past," despite the fact that the events of the movie will take place long before the fateful meeting of the protagonist with Luke Skywalker and other members of the Resistance.
The Topic of Article: Laurence Kasdan's Last Han Solo Movie.