The actress offers her thoughts on where the character would be today, saying she isn't as inclined to fight.
Plus Simon Pegg shoots down a rumor that he will be involved in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Episode VII.
Mark Hamill Confirms Himself, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams and Anthony Daniels Are in Talks for Star Wars: Episode VII
The actors will only return if no one is left out, and they want films that are carefree and lighthearted like the originals.
A new source claims that Luke, Han, and Leia's children will be the main characters in J.J. Abrams' sequel.
Frank Marshall and Steven Spielberg are producing this 3D action-adventure, with no director attached as of yet.
The legendary composer revealed he is willing to come on board to work on the score for director J.J. Abrams' new sequel.
Sources close to the project say that the actor has officially signed onto return as the infamous smuggler who joins the Rebellion.
The man who originated the iconic role of James T. Kirk is still upset that J.J. Abrams hasn't cast him in a movie yet.
The screenwriter also revealed that George Lucas recruited him for the project last fall.
Frank Oz reveals that he is willing to return as the voice of Yoda in Disney's new movies, but the character will be CGI.
Young look-alike Anthony Ingruber is causing quite a stir with his spot on impersonation of Harrison Ford.
The actor is old enough to play Obi-Wan Kenobi in a Han Solo stand-alone movie, rumored to be in delevopment.
Watch as a new saga unfolds in the Star Wars universe, with J.J. Abrams directing for release in 2015.
The Fringe star is wanted by director J.J. Abrams for an unspecified role in this upcoming sequel from Disney and Lucasfilm.
A young Han Solo will get his origin story, while Boba Fett will headline a bounty-hunting tale that features Darth Vader and a rogue's gallery of galactic side characters.
Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg are working on these separate adventures that take place outside of the new trilogy.
Kathleen Kennedy talks about her intense day of negotiations with the director, and what it took for him to sign on.
The recently-confirmed director would not reveal any details, or if Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford are returning.
Bad Robot will produce the film alongside Disney and Lucasfilm, Lawrence Kasdan and Simon Kinberg will serve as consultants.
Paramount executive Rob Moore reveals the Star Wars: Episode VII director will remain committed to the Star Trek and Mission: Impossible franchises.