Han, Luke, And Leia All Expected To Return But Their Children Will Be The Stars In EPISODE VII

Han, Luke, And Leia All Expected To Return But Their Children Will Be The Stars In EPISODE VII

Han Solo, Luke Skywalker and Princess Leia are all expected to return but as older incarnations. Reportedly, their offspring will be the stars in Episode VII which should make most of you Star Wars fans happy, right?

Showbiz 411 reports that all three original stars from the original series will return in their iconic roles.

"I just got back and saw a story running wild about Harrison Ford playing Han Solo in the new Star Wars revival. No one seems sure about it. I was told some time ago that Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Mark Hamill would be reprising their roles… the three main actors are definitely coming back.

But they won't be the main stars. Here's what they say about the primary players in the next trilogy.

It’s some time in the future. Han, Princess Leia (with a presumably better hairstyle), and Luke Skywalker will be a lot older. Their children will be the new main characters… the bigger question is, which young actors will play their kids?

Admittedly, I'm not much of a Star Wars buff but Luke has a son named Ben and Leia and Solo have three kids, Jacen, Anakin and Jaina. I won't go in to detail here and spoil it for those also unfamiliar with what happens after Episode VI but it's pretty easy to find out with a bit of research. There's nothing too shocking here as most expected the next installment to focus on the children of Han and Luke although there were a few rumors that the series would pick up right where Episode VI left off. More news as the story develops.

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Mark Julian
Member Since 6/8/2011
Filed Under "Star Wars" 2/16/2013 Source: Showbiz 411
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