Catching Up With Han and Leia Before ‘The Force Awakens’ | FANDOM
The relationship between Han Solo and Leia Organa was always driven by passion and We had a small ceremony, just those we trusted. Han and Leia have formed a sort of antagonistic relationship. So not only does she not trust him, but Leia is going through a rough time. Han and Leia aside, the series saw little to no It's not that Star Wars hasn't shown some good relationships — the timeless relationship is a classic troubled bromance: Anakin lacked trust, Obi Wan kept secrets, and the.
However, while that certainly played a large part in their separation, it turns out that there was growing tension and distance long before that. In fact, the tension that grew and led to their distancing from one another is, unfortunately, something that could likely never have been avoided.
Star Wars: 15 Things That Make Absolutely No Sense About Han Solo
Due to Leia's workaholic commitment, and Han's inability to handle stress and the need to run away when it presents itself, the two found themselves confronted with fundamentally incompatible lifestyles. No matter how much they loved one another, or how invested in their family they may have been, their work lives, in addition to their stubborn personalities, would never have allowed for a perfect union.
However, it's entirely possible that this scene may have never existed at all. After all, he won the Millennium Falcon in a bet against Lando Calrissian, and the sequel trilogy has decided to use his golden dice as the emblem for his character from The Last Jedi onward. After she learned-- and as ever, she was quite the quick learner-- Leia soon proved herself to be an expert in the game, beating her opponents routinely regardless of whether the odds were in her favor.
Worried at every turn about potentially screwing up their child, he frankly admitted to Leia that he had never imagined having children. Leia, however, was quick to counter with her own confession regarding their life together.
She was quite certain he would be a great father, she assured him, before going one step further and saying he would be a wonderful grandfather, too. At that, however, Han joked that he would never get that old-- and we don't even have to explain why that line hurts so much.
Part of what makes them so exciting as a couple to begin with is their mutual tendencies to buck convention and go wherever the wind may take them. Somehow, though, they've never been as cool as a space pirate like Han Solo.
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Fueled by Harrison Ford's amazing charm as an actor, Han Solo quickly became many fans' favorite character in Star Wars. It's not hard to see why: On top of that, he has an awesome ship and the coolest best friend a human could ask for.
How much do we love Han Solo? We love him so much that we often overlook some really strange things about his character. There are elements to Han's personality, background, and actions that basically make zero sense whatsoever. And unlike crazy things involving Luke or Rey, we can't just say it's because it's the will of the Force!
Fortunately, you don't have to fly the Kessel Run in your own hunk of junk to learn these secrets. This is because of what we know about Han: Given his personality, it seems pretty insane that he immediately signs up for the largest possible organization, one that is designed to crush individuality and make him just another cog in the Imperial machine.
Some might argue that Han was simply using the Empire to develop his skills as a pilot, but that seems pretty iffy -- he could find some smuggler mentor that could easily teach him the same skills without making him part of a literally evil Empire!
He has a history with Han and initially betrays him to the Empire to save Cloud City. When he realizes the Empire will betray him, though, Lando becomes vital to the rescue of Han and the success of the Rebellion.
We still have a big question, though: