Admit it – you’re still freaking out over that scene in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”.

You know, the one where Han Solo (played by Harrison Ford) confronts his son Kylo Ren aka Ben (played by Adam Driver) at the Starkiller Base and takes a lightsaber through his body and apparently falls and dies. Dies a heart wrenching death. Just like that.

Source: Disney / Lucasfilm
Source: Disney / Lucasfilm

After making such a great big comeback in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”, he dies. So we all flip out. And understandably so.


Well, the good news is that there could be a twist to the entire “Star Wars” film franchise now that Harrison Ford has appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live once again to promote “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”. Spoiler alert!

Jimmy Kimmel asked Harrison Ford if there was a chance that Han Solo would be heading back to “Star Wars” for the future films. Harrison Ford cutely dodged the question repeatedly, and at one point even mimed locking his mouth shut and throwing away the key.

Harrison Ford Jimmy Kimmel Live
Source: YouTube screenshot

Wait, what does that mean? If Han Solo wasn’t going to come back, Harrison Ford could’ve just said so! Will Han Solo be featured in flashback scenes? Is that what Harrison Ford was hinting at? Or did Han Solo miraculously survive the Kylo Ren confrontation?

Or you know what, maybe Harrison Ford is just having way too much fun screwing around with our heads. He might as well, considering the success of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and the level of anticipation for “Star Wars: Episode VIII“.

Watch the Jimmy Kimmel segment below:

Sources: HuffPost Ent, io9.

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