Solo TV Show Spinoffs Have Been Discussed For Disney+

Fans have not given up on the notion of watching Alden Ehrenreich depict the smuggler that was iconic.

For the time being, it is wishful thinking, but it would seem Disney hasn’t fully closed the door on Solo 2.

Donald Glover’s favorite spin on Lando Calrissian might find a spinoff, watching as Solo just scraped the face of the scoundrel was up to in his childhood.

It bombed in the box office, although anthology film received positive reviews in 2018.

Consequently, Lucasfilm effectively finished the short-lived Star Wars Story lineup of standalone films and opted to pursue different endeavors to flesh out the galaxy far, off.

Even with audiences gaining a newfound admiration for Solo, the upside to creating a sequel feature film is minimal.

Lucasfilm has to pull the trigger on this type of job, and author Jon Kasdan confirmed before this season no more Solo followup is currently in development at Disney+.

However, especially with Zack Snyder’s Justice League coming to HBO Max, Solo But it’s well worth recalling Lucasfilm includes a complete record of Disney+ jobs, such as a Rogue One prequel as well as the Obi-Wan series.

Cinelinx’s Jordan Maison stated on Twitter he noticed Disney+ was talking possible Solo spinoff series.

It’s been quiet on this front so if these displays stay in the functions, it is unknown.

Disney would not need to worry about box office returns, and crowds could have to see the continuing adventures of this Solo throw.

Disney+ Allegedly discussed Solo: A Star Wars Story TV Series spinoffs.  Solo finished with a few cliffhangers that could be ripe for a followup, such as Qi’ra working with Maul and Han carrying his very first task for Jabba the Hutt.

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