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Entertainment Star Wars' Adam Driver responds to whether he'd reprise Kylo Ren role

14:15  25 november  2021
14:15  25 november  2021 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Adam Driver has revealed whether he would ever return to the Star Wars franchise – despite his character's tragic death in Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker.

Star Wars star Adam Driver, who most recently appears in House of Gucci, has revealed whether he'd reprise his role as Kylo Ren/Ben Solo in the future. © Lucasfilm Ltd Star Wars star Adam Driver, who most recently appears in House of Gucci, has revealed whether he'd reprise his role as Kylo Ren/Ben Solo in the future.

Driver, who played Kylo Ren / Ben Solo in the latest Skywalker saga trilogy, has admitted that he's not "totally against" the idea of reprising his role as the troubled First Order leader turned brooding hero.

Whether it would be as some kind of resurrection or prequel appearance, Adam Driver told UNILAD that he's "definitely not averse" to starring in another blockbuster franchise.

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Kylo Ren and Rey in Star Wars The Force Awakens © Lucasfilm - Disney Kylo Ren and Rey in Star Wars The Force Awakens

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"No, I'm totally not against it," the House of Gucci actor revealed. "For me, it's a filmmaker's medium, so my only thing is working with great filmmakers. Whatever the size… it's never been interesting to me, to an extent."

Clearly fond of both a quieter indie role and playing the leading man, Driver said that there are "interesting things about working on both" types of movie.

"I always just follow people I'd be interested in working with, and whether I'd be right for the part – things like that," he continued. "[So], no, definitely not averse."

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Adam Driver as Kylo Ren © Lucasfilm - Disney Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, Adam Driver as Kylo Ren

Whether Ben Solo will ever return to the Star Wars universe is yet to be seen, but boss Kathleen Kennedy recently suggested that there's every chance of the likes of Rey, Finn, and Poe re-appearing in the future.

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"Certainly, those are not characters we're going to forget," Kennedy said recently. "They will live on, and those are conversations that are going on with the creative team as well."

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the entire Skywalker Saga are available on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K now, as well as on Disney+, while Rise of Skywalker is also on Sky Cinema Premiere and NOW.

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