Adam Driver Reflects on the Emotional Impact of Han Solo’s Death Scene in Star Wars

Adam Driver Reflects on the Emotional Impact of Han Solo's Death Scene in Star Wars

In a recent interview, actor Adam Driver opens up about the lingering reminders of his character Kylo Ren killing Han Solo in Star Wars, sharing insights into the filming process with Harrison Ford and the mixed emotions he experienced during the dramatic premiere. Explore Driver’s perspective on the lasting impact of this iconic scene and the audience’s reactions to the shocking twist in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Adam Driver Reflects on the Emotional Impact

In a recent interview with Chris Wallace on Max’s Who’s Talking, the host brought up the shocking ending of the film, where Kylo Ren, played by Driver, kills his father Han Solo, portrayed by Harrison Ford. In response, the Ferrari star remarked, “Someone reminds me about that every day.”

When Wallace inquired if he was serious, Driver clarified, “Not every day, but yeah. It used to be more, but now it’s probably once a month someone will let me know that I killed Han Solo.”

Adam Driver Reflects on the Emotional Impact of Han Solo's Death Scene in Star Wars
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Although Solo’s death generated mixed reactions among fans, it played a crucial role in defining Ren’s position in the Star Wars sequels as he grappled with the light and dark sides of the Force.

Reflecting on filming the scene with Ford, Driver shared that it wasn’t necessarily “tough” but “very emotional.” He praised Ford for being generous and contemplative, considering it a significant moment on set despite it being a death scene.

Driver had previously expressed feeling nauseous during the premiere of Star Wars: The Force Awakens in 2017, anticipating the audience’s reaction to the dramatic twist ending. Recalling the experience, he mentioned, “The people behind me, when the scroll started, were like ‘Oh my god. Oh my god. It’s happening.’ Immediately, I thought I was going to puke. I was holding my wife’s hand, and she’s like, ‘You’re really cold. Are you OK?’ Because I just knew what was coming – I kill Harrison – and I didn’t know how this audience of 2,000 people was going to respond to it, you know?”

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  1. simiriti pandey

    Adam Driver talked about Kylo Ren killing Han Solo in Star Wars. He said filming with Harrison Ford was emotional, not tough. At the premiere, he felt nervous about how fans would react to the big twist. 🎬🌌🤔

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