The confirmation came in response to a question on Twitter asking Howard whether he’d do a sequel to his 1988 fantasy film “Willow,” which Davis starred in.Hear Ron Howard Narrate 'Star Wars' With His 'Arrested Development' Voice (Video)On April 18, when the film was still being directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller before their departure last month, Davis filmed a fundraiser video for Omaze on the set of the Han Solo movie at Pinewood Studios in London, offering the winner of a charity raffle the chance to meet the stars on set.Two weeks later, as part of the annual May 4 celebration often held by “Star Wars” fans, Davis sent out a tweet noting that he was spending the day at Pinewood Studios again.
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