ByMatthew Anthony, writer at Creators.co
Video Editor at Comic Book Resources/Screenrant, writes articles as a Creator for Moviepilot.
Matthew Anthony

It’s believed “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” will kill off one major character. Han Solo will reportedly die in the film from the hands of his own son, Kylo Ren. But before his death, some action sequences released online reveal Han did try to escape being caught by the Imperial Soldiers while flying the Millennium Falcon with Finn and Chewie. [Spoiler Alert]

Jason Ward from Making Star Wars has once again shared a spoiler-rich report involving some Millennium Falcon action sequences in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” These scenes supposedly tell the events prior to Han Solo’s death and before Finn and Rey’s final encounter with Kylo Ren in the snowy planet.

Ward said the scene opens up with Princess Leia handing Finn Luke’s lightsaber upon Rose’s request and Han promising Leia he will hurry back. This final moment with Han Solo and Princess Leia is said to be important for several reasons, but mainly because it’s the last time they will see each other.

Then Finn, Han Solo and Chewie take off aboard the Millennium Falcon to fulfill a “mission.” As the Falcon heads towards its target location, the scene cuts off to reveal Rey in a dungeon somewhere in a castle. She has apparently been caught by the First Order Stormtroopers. However, it doesn’t take long before she escapes. Rey finally reveals she has Jedi powers in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” after she uses her Jedi Mind Trick skills on the Stormtroopers to convince them to leave their post.

Then the scene cuts back to the Millennium Falcon nearing its destination. However, as they were about to arrive, Han Solo reportedly makes an emergency stop causing the Falcon to crash through a lot of trees on the snow planet. It seems Han Solo, Finn and Chewie were headed to the evil castle and were trying to sneak through its premises without being caught. Ward provided some action sequences from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” detailing these events.

“PLATE EXTERIOR DAY EVIL CASTLE / MILLENNIUM FALCON Plates required for Millennium Falcon’s emergency stop.”

“INTERIOR DAY MILLENNIUM FALCON – FALCON COCKPIT (GIMBAL) Han, Chewie, Finn screaming at sudden arrival.”

Finn, Han Solo and Chewie are shaken up but reportedly appeared unharmed as the Millennium Falcon takes to a standstill. Then the Millennium Falcon action sequence supposedly ends with Finn consoling Han Solo about Kylo Ren.

According to Star Wars Underworld, in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Han felt guilty over what’s happening with his son. It’s reportedly understandable why Han would feel this way considering he fought with the Rebels to bring down the Empire, only to have Kylo Ren take over as its new leader.

Courtesy of ibtimes.com

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