Speaking with Comicbook.com, Bredow expresses his interest in pushing Star Wars fans for a sequel. Although director Ron Howard previously denied sequel plans due to Solo: A Star Wars Story being the lowest-grossing entry of the franchise, the co-producer is saying otherwise. Read Bredow’s full comment below:
“I love [that people want a sequel]. Bring it. That’s what we want to hear. I had so much fun on Solo.”
The co-producer continues on to express that he is not the only member of the Solo team interested in a sequel. In fact, he acknowledges how fan efforts will eventually (possibly) make the Solo sequel into reality.
“We have a number of people who worked on that show here [at the Willow premiere] today. Jon Kasdan, Ron Howard. All of us love that world, love that team. I think it’s happened before, right? The fans have brought things back, so I think it really is up to the fans what we do next.”
Meanwhile, screenwriter Jon Kasdan previously stated he is eager to get another film to bring back Alden Ehrenreich as the titular character, Han Solo. Despite slim chances for a sequel, the scribe revealed one reason why he is pushing for it:
“There were so many great characters we were able to establish, and for me, the strongest argument for a Solo 2 was Alden’s journey to owning that mantle and by the end of it, I thought he really did, and he didn’t get the fun of getting to just inhabit it for a movie, so I’d love to see him back.”
What do you think of a Solo: A Star Wars Story sequel? In the meantime, you can watch Andor on Disney Plus.