Star Wars' Lando is pansexual, according to Solo writer

The Star Wars series' Lando Calrissian has long been known as the single sexiest figure in the movies' universe — and apparently, his passion knows no limits, baby.

A recent comment from Jonathan Kasdan, who co-wrote the screenplay for Solo: A Star Wars story with his father Lawrence Kasdan, has got Star Wars fans across the internet asking "Hello, what have we here?"

Speaking in an interview with The Huffington Post, Jonathan Kasdan took an opportunity to share his interpretation of Lando's sexuality.  

Responding to a question about whether or not Lando identifies as pansexual — which is to say, romantically attracted to all gender identities — Kasdan responded, "I would say yes."

"There's a fluidity to Donald and Billy Dee's [portrayal of Lando's] sexuality," the screenwriter said, referring to the flirtatious performances of both the OG Lando Billy Dee Williams and the new cat Donald Glover

"I mean, I would have loved to have gotten a more explicitly LGBT character into this movie," Kasdan continued. "I think it's time, certainly, for that, and I love the fluidity ― sort of the spectrum of sexuality that Donald appeals to and that droids are a part of."

Yes, in case that last comment didn't quite stick out to you, not even droids are safe from Lando's flirtations. Legitimately. Canonically

While the details of Lando's love life have never been specifically been referenced on film beyond his obvious affection for Leia Organa (and a clear aversion to the Sarlacc Pit), this specific personality trait regarding his free loving lifestyle isn't exactly out of left field. 

After all, the man is a two-legged embodiment of human libido in a dashing cape, and this is Star Wars, honey — you best believe that dude would bang a toaster. Anyone can boss around a protocol droid, but showing a cold-hearted robot some actual love? That's the most gangster move of all.

It's currently unknown what Billy Dee Williams thinks about all this — last we checked, his one and only passion was the power of Colt 45.

Solo: A Star Wars Story smuggles its way into theaters on May 25.