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'He was always the cynical member of the original characters.
While we were invited to engage on the questions of some pretty arcane mysteries - he was the guy who said, "What? Come on",' said Ford Ford is definitely that last one. They’re real.' The latest wave of Star Wars films has put renewed focus on Solo’s past — not just what transpired between these trilogies but what’s depicted in comic books, novels, and even a planned spin-off movie focused on Solo before we met him in that Mos Eisley cantina. If you ask Ford what the captain of the Millennium Falcon has been doing for three decades, it’s clear the actor has been thinking about Solo more than he likes to let on.'[Thirty-two] years is going to put some rings on the tree, some experience in the bank.
Asked if he watched the Force Awakens trailer debut along with the rest of the world during halftime on Monday Night Football, he answers: 'I was trying to watch the damn football game! You might make an elaborate conjecture [about who Solo is now], but I think we answer that question in the film.
' In that trailer, the know-it-all who once sneered at 'hokey religions and ancient weapons' gravely informs John Boyega’s Finn and Daisy Ridley’s Rey: 'It’s true. It’s best left answered there.'When Oscar Isaac, who co-stars as hotshot X-Wing pilot Poe Dameron, tried to tap Ford’s pilot experience for insight into the character, Ford broke the news to him rather harshly that (spoiler alert) Star Wars is fake.
Ford stresses that his teasing attitude is not disrespect for the fans.