AceShowbiz - Following the success of "Star Wars" stand-alone anthology movie "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story", rumors have been swirling around for other potential spin-off movies. Among possible stand-alone anthology movies being rumored to happen are an Obi-Wan Kenobi film and a Boba Fett film.
While Disney and Lucasfilm have already decided to revisit one beloved character from the "Star Wars" saga for its series of anthology movies with a young Han Solo film, actor %cMark Hamill% has shared his thoughts on whether a Luke Skywalker movie could also happen.
The 65-year-old actor, who played the lone Jedi Knight in the "Star Wars" movie series, told Fandango whether a potential solo movie focusing on his character is possible. "[Han] has a more colorful life prior to 'Star Wars' than I did," he said at D23 Expo on Friday, July 14. "It'd be pretty boring, you know? It's set on a moisture farm... on a desert planet," he joked, before yawning.
Fans can next see Hamill as Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi". Other returning cast members include %cAdam Driver%, %cDaisy Ridley%, %cJohn Boyega% and %cOscar Isaac%. Directed by Rian Johnson, it is set to hit U.S. theaters on December 15.
Meanwhile, an untitled stand-alone Star Wars film II which will focus on young Han Solo is scheduled for a May 25, 2018 release. %cAlden Ehrenreich% will portray the young smuggler, while %cWoody Harrelson% has been tapped to play a criminal and Han's mentor named Beckett. The cast also includes %cEmilia Clarke% and %cDonald Glover% among others.