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What Lando: A Star Wars Story Could Be About, According To Donald Glover And Phoebe Waller-Bridge


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Sure, Alden Ehrenreich is going to take center stage as Han Solo this weekend when Solo: A Star Wars Story premieres, but there's another character who has audiences talking: Lando Calrissian. Donald Glover's portrayal of the legendary scoundrel has become one of the most talked-about elements of the entire film, and his complicated relationship with Phoebe Waller-Bridge's L3-37 has stood out as a vital element of the film's narrative. On that note, CinemaBlend recently had a chance to talk to Glover and Waller-Bridge at the recent Solo press day in Los Angeles, and the L3 actress admitted that she wants to see the origins of this relationship if Lando: A Star Wars Story eventually happens. The actress explained:

I'd love to see how they met, because I think that would be an alternative meet-cute that we haven't seen before. Yeah, I'd wanna know how their paths crossed in the beginning.

The Star Wars franchise timeline is ripe for exploration, and these movies can go backward and forward in time as needed. With that degree of flexibility, Phoebe Waller-Bridge wants to take this spinoff franchise even further back in time to show the origin of Lando's introduction to L3, and how they struck up the relationship seen in Solo: A Star Wars Story.

We should note that Solo: A Star Wars Story lays quite a bit of groundwork to set up this relationship. Building off of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's remarks, Donald Glover chimed and talked about how Solo alludes to their history without explicitly giving too much away. The duo continued:

Donald Glover: You kind of allude to there being sort of like relationship thing. I want to see those moments. Not like physically.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge: Why wouldn't you want to see that?

Donald Glover: I feel like the internet will do that for us.

If these remarks make it seem like there's some evident romantic tension between the characters, that's because there kind of is. In fact, while speaking out about Lando in Solo: A Star Wars Story, screenwriter Jonathan Kasdan explained that there's a "fluidity" surrounding Lando's sexuality and that L3 falls into that spectrum of beings he's attracted to. Solo: A Star Wars Story is very much Han's arc, but it sounds like a potential spinoff could feature some love stories that we've never seen in a Star Wars movie before.

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