Sadly, there's isn't a miraculous resurrection in store for the Rebel hero, so don't expect to see Harrison Ford popping back up in a galaxy far, far away. However, because The Last Jedi takes place immediately after The Force Awakens, Han's presence will still be felt in the movie, particularly through Rey, who despises Kylo for taking away her father figure. Daisy Ridley explained:
She just doesn't understand Kylo. When all she wanted was parents, why would a person who has parents do that? It's so beyond comprehension, it's ridiculous. So she has grief for the loss and then there's anger. To be honest, she couldn't understand doing something like that -- let alone to your parents.
Even though Rey and Finn didn't know Han Solo for that long, it was clear that he left a distinct impression on both of them; especially Rey. Had things gone differently, she might have joined him and Chewbacca for smuggling runs on the Millennium Falcon.Read more at HollywoodReporter