Solo: A Star Wars Story was a box office miss for Lucasfilm, and caused the studio to rethink its approach towards other anthology films such as the Boba Fett film amongst others. However we may get to visit these characters in another capacity.
According to Star Wars Unity, a spinoff series is being considered for Disney+. The outlet reports it is unlikely we would see characters from the film such as Han, Chewbacca, or Lando, however, an underworld series dealing with the Crimson Dawn and other scoundrels sounds the most likely.
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There was a cameo from Darth Maul as part of Crimson Dawn in Solo, which could suggest he might be involved if it does explore his organization in greater deail.
Solo: A Star Wars Story was met with mixed reactions in theaters, but has met with more and more positive reviews as it has come to home video. In May the hashtag #MakeSolo2Happen started gaining national attention at various entertainment outlets, and even gaining response from director Ron Howard, and writer Jon Kasdan.
Source: Star Wars Unity
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