An unlikely dead character is set to return in “Star Wars: Episode 9,” according to new leaks. The dead character was not a Force sensitive, so he will not return as a Force Ghost.

The following article contains spoilers from “Star Wars: Episode 9.”

Han Solo (Harrison Ford) was killed by his son who changed his name from Ben to Kylo Ren (Adam Driver). However, sources close to the production of the film have confirmed to Making Star Wars that the character will return in the next film to offer some guidance to his son.

The murder of his father led to intense conflict within Kylo Ren. The character often uses his grandfather’s helmet to be inspired to do evil. However, in the upcoming film Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) will speak to Driver’s character instead of Darth Vader when he speaks to the helmet.

Han Solo is not a Force wielder, so he will not be returning as a Force Ghost. The scene with Kylo Ren has been described as a dream sequence with the veteran characters.

The report suggested that Luke Skywalker will bring back Han Solo from the neither world in order to confront Kylo Ren. The dead smuggler will forgive his son for what he has done, and this is expected to pull him back to the Light side in “Star Wars: Episode 9.”

The return of Han Solo in the upcoming film is significant because it will mean that all the main characters from the original trilogy will be back. Hamill previously joked about what the reunion between Luke and Han would look like by sharing a picture of him hugging his friend.

Han’s return in “The Force Awakens” was a very emotional moment for many of the fans who watched him in the original trilogy. In a previous interview with Collider, the veteran actor acknowledged that his character and the “Star Wars” movies are important in many people’s lives.

The return of Han Solo in “Star Wars: Episode 9” will be an unexpected surprise for the fans. It remains to be seen how the character will return in the film, and how it will impact the plot.