Harrison Ford graced the cover of GQ Magazine for its 60th anniversary. In an interview with the publication, the 75-year-old star was asked about his future in the “Star Wars” franchise and fans will probably be very interested in his answer.

Even though Han Solo died in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” when he was killed by his son Kylo Ren (Adam Driver), this might not be the last time fans will see the famous smuggler. In fact, the “Blade Runner 2049” actor hints his possible return.

Staying away from the world of ‘Star Wars’

“I’m finished with ‘Star Wars’ if ‘Star Wars’ is finished with me,” Harrison Ford told GQ Magazine.

As the movie series is a science fiction, there might be a possibility of his return. The “Indiana Jones” star said that he can’t imagine that the movie franchise is not done with him yet.

Ford admitted that he would rather not return as Han Solo in any “Star Wars” movie. As this point in his life, he wants to do something else other than being the captain of the Millennium Falcon and a leader of the Rebel Alliance. He said that it is “more interesting to do something new.”

Solo’s death

Talking about Han Solo’s death in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” JJ Abrams revealed that the film wanted to feature the evolution of a hero and a villain - Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Kylo Ren.

“Star Wars” is known for having the greatest antagonist in cinema history, and that is Darth Vader.

So to give birth to a new villain, Abrams revealed that they have to do something bold.This is why Han Solo died. Kylo Ren was said to be the perfect successor because the franchise had lost one of its iconic and beloved characters at his hands. As the franchise is also known for featuring past characters through CGI, just like Grand Moff Tarkin (Peter Cushing) and the young Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) in “Rogue One,” it is not too long until fans see Han Solo again.

The iconic character’s spin-off movie

In other news, Harrison Ford is not interested in the spin-off movie of his iconic character, “Han Solo.” To recall, at the recent Star Wars Celebration, he admitted that he was not really neither excited nor looking forward to the movie adaptation of his role’s backstory.

"I'll be watching it as a fan," he said, according to Digital Spy.

From his perspective, watching the film will be a little weird. He has already met Alden Ehrenreich, the 27-year-old star who will play as the young Han Solo, and he said it was a good choice. “I'm delighted … Wonderful guy, very sweet, and a very good actor.”