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If that was the case, it's easy to see how Kasdan would be like "eh...no" and pushed to have them removed.
There could have been a situation wherein the script was quite dark and sarcastic, and the directors were lightening it up.
And by the way, there is always the possibility that this is absolutely the right choice. The film could have been tarnishing Han.
They basically need a director now who isn't going to put a huge stamp on this project. They need a caretaker. Howard is a good pick.