After Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were dropped as directors for the new Han Solo film, sources have come forward explaining the reasons behind Lucasfilm’s decision.

The Hollywood Reporter states that sources say the pair were let go due to creative disagreements with screenwriter Lawrence Kasdan, which confirms claims of creative differences when news of their departure from the movie first broke.

Kasdan (co-writer of The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, and The Force Awakens) reportedly prefers to remain strictly on script at all times. This is claimed to have clashed with Lord and Miller, who are said to favour a more improvisational and humorous style.

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Source: Han Solo: Why Directors Lord and Miller Were Dropped

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