Adam Driver says he isn’t unwilling to reprise his role as Kylo Ren (A.K.A. Ben Solo) in the Star Wars universe. Driver originally appeared in the series in 2015’s The Power Stirs as the fallen offspring of Han Solo (Harrison Passage) and Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher). Reception to the Star Wars spin-off set of three has been lukewarm, best case scenario, however Driver’s depiction of Ben is almost collectively applauded as one of the best of the series. Despite the person’s beloved reception, he was killed off in the final installment of the set of three, 2019’s Simply the Ascent of Skywalker, subsequent to sacrificing to bring Rey (Daisy Ridley) back from death.
Driver himself appears to acknowledge so a lot. In a new interview with UNILAD, the 38-year old entertainer said that he’s “totally not against” returning to Star Wars. Driver stresses that he most qualities “working with extraordinary producers” over some other part of the work; he doesn’t really factor in the scale or visibility of a given venture as long as he’s working with producers who satisfy his guidelines. Look at the entertainer’s full assertions beneath:
No, Im totally not against it. For my purposes, its a movie producers medium, so my only thing is working with incredible movie producers. Whatever the size its never been interesting to me, to a degree. Theres interesting things about working on both. I always follow individuals Id be interested in working with, and regardless of whether Id be ideal for the part things like that. No, definitely not disinclined.
Driver was without an uncertainty one of the strongest parts of Disney’s continuation set of three. His return to the Star Wars establishment would most likely drum up a lot of interest in whatever his next outing would be, paying little mind to the venture’s reason. Ideally, Disney observes the person’s popularity and considers future stories that will exploit Driver’s perfect acting sensibilities.