Give us a little more information and we'll give you a lot more relevant content. Batman dispenses justice, but draws the line at taking human lives — which is "so important," he says, precisely because his enemies won't be similarly restrained.
In the famous scene, Han is being held at gunpoint by Greedo, a bounty hunter who plans to turn him in and reap the monetary rewards. The problem is, 10 times out of 10 if the bad guy gets the chance to shoot first, the good guy won't have the opportunity to shoot back at all. With such a short time between each shot, it could be assumed that Han was already planning to shoot Greedo, rather than reacting to Greedo's shot.
In that respect, Lucas has a point. But yeah, the latest film release is most accurate. I've been looking forward to killing you for a long time.
Han shot first. In a February 9, 2012 interview with The Hollywood Reporter , George Lucas indicated that Greedo fired first, even in the original film, and pointed out that the exchange of blaster fire between Han Solo and Greedo was shot in close-up which made the scene ambiguous. This small but defining moment for the character was seemingly undone with the release of the special editions of the original trilogy in 1997.
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Follow Us. Yes, George, we do want Han Solo to be a cold-blooded killer, but not because we're blood thirsty. Until that day, though, fans will have to live with the frustrating ambiguity.
Contemporary Western audiences love a good gunfight or action sequence, but we don't like to see our hero throwing the first punch.
You see, that gives Han Solo a character arc. Maybe instead of searching high and low for some definitive history of a character from a fictional universe, everyone should just believe whatever they want about Han. Han Solo does, in fact, get his reward and then leave just as Luke Skywalker and the rebel pilots are going on a dangerous mission to blow up the Death Star.
With anticipation at an all-time high for the upcoming release of "Star Wars: Maybe none if matters. In the original 1977 " Star Wars ," Han Solo's first appearance established him as a calculating, decisive badass who wasn't afraid to shoot first and ask questions later — literally.
As described in the novel, Solo reaches for his blaster and slides it from the holster under the table as he is telling Greedo that he doesn't have the money with him. Greedo spoke Basic in the second issue of Marvel's comic adaptation. For almost 20 years, this has been a hot button topic for fans. Raw hope in the Bible can transform a nation faster than bombs or sanctions.
The Force Awakens," nothing can taint fans' excitement at seeing the sci-fi franchise back in theaters again. Watch live and on demand on any device, anywhere, anytime. Han fired after Greedo threatened to kill him, but before Greedo could finish his next sentence.