Okay, let's see if we've got this figured out. First a Disney source claimed that Harrison Ford was confirmed to return as Han Solo. Ford had earlier said that he'd be interested in the idea. Then Lucas gave an interview to Businessweek where he let the cat out of the bag that he'd already approached the three main characters from the original trilogy for the new sequel. But now, while out looking pissed off for having to be talking to reporters, Harrison Ford finally opened up about the status of his casting and that of his two much, much lesser necessary co-stars.
Ford told WGNTV (yes, them) , 'I think it's almost true...I'm looking forward to it....It's not in the bag but I think it's happening.' Ford, who will be 73 if Episode VII is in fact released in 2015, is finally starting to age a bit but hardly his actual age (the guy pulled off 45 for like fifteen years). So while Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher are pushing the boundaries of embarrassing, Ford could easily pick up where he left Han Solo 30 years ago.