Apparently reporters simply mistranslated the quote.
Unfortunately, Premiere France got Kennedy's words a little mixed up in translation in their original story and quoted her as saying: "Of course, there are still many stories to tell about Han and Chewbacca".
Premiere editors have since also issued a clarification online, explaining there was a "misunderstanding between our journalist and Kathleen Kennedy", as a Calrissian movie won't be happening anytime soon. "It would be fun to tell the story of Han and Chewie..."
Everton end ties with Allardyce
Allardyce has been criticised by some people for the way he's managed the team and for their style of play since he took over. A statement on West Ham's website confirming Moyes's departure said the club wanted to take a "different direction".
Now it sounds like Lucasfilm is thinking about the future and a new movie might focus on Solo's best human friend Lando Carlrissian.
In either case, Lucasfilm is still interested in making more Star Wars films so next year's Star Wars: Episode IX won't be the last one.
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