Yes folks, he really said it in a recent ABC interview. ?"As a character, he was not so interesting to me," Ford admits during a sit-down with movie critic Peter Travers. "I thought he should have died in the last one." Anyone?s muse going into overdrive yet? More from the interview currently posted on PopEater.Com Still, for loyal 'Star Wars' fans, the question remains: Should Han Solo have died at some point in the original trilogy? Isn't it the sidekick's (okay, secondary hero's) role to sacrifice his life for the good fight? Or do you prefer believing that Han Solo and Princess Leia are presently enjoying their half-human and oddly half-Ewok grandchildren back on Endor somewhere? First, the last sentence in the above paragraph is ridiculous and I found it to be a bit insulting but I think the writer was trying to be humorous so I can over look that. Second, should Han have died? That?s an interesting question and more interesting would have been how. Protecting Leia at the bunker after she?d been shot? Not getting out of said bunker before it blew? Or perhaps even before then. Perhaps Han shouldn?t have survived being frozen in carbonite. What do you think?