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FANDANGO – WARNING: If you’re one of the few who hasn’t seen Star Wars: The Force Awakens, this post contains spoilers.

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As Star Wars: The Force Awakens winds down its historic run in theaters and prepares for another potential historic run on DVD/Blu-ray and various digital services, many fans are still curious about some of the bold choices director J.J. Abrams and his team made in the film — most notably the death of Han Solo (Harrison Ford).

 

It’s well known that Ford had wanted Solo to die back during the original trilogy, but George Lucas disagreed and kept the character alive. So what did Harrison Ford think of the decision to finally retire his character all these years later in The Force Awakens? Would he be happy? Sad? Angry?

 

Abrams hasn’t spoken much publicly about one of the biggest and most controversial choices he and cowriters Lawrence Kasdan and Michael Arndt made during the Star Wars sequel. So when we sat down with him recently to talk about the upcoming 10 Cloverfield Lane, which he produced, we decided to ask him about this pivotal moment in Star Wars history.

 

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