Mark Hamill has a pretty good idea for how to bring Luke Skywalker back for Star Wars: Episode VII.
We still don't know what the heck Disney has in store for Star Wars Episode VII, but rumor has it the long-awaited sequel could bring back original stars like Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford. So how much does Hamill know right now?
For the past 24 hours, Star Wars has been the talk of the town. This week, George Lucas surprisingly sold his Lucasfilm to Disney, and revealed plans for another sequel. But before breaking the news to us, he spilled the beans to actors Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher.
The love/hate relationship we Star Wars fans have with George Lucas' universe after the often trying prequels is a complicated one, and it's made more complicated when you factor in all the backstory we thought we knew, only to find that when the prequels made it to screen ... it had changed.
The Twilight veteran is planning for a post-sparkle career and in doing so he's got a list of dos and don'ts: The don'ts include not making back-to-back flops, while the dos seems to consist of crapping all over a beloved genre actor. Well done, R-Pattz.
Whoever said there are no second acts in American lives obviously wasn't talking about Mark Hamill, who went from sci-fi icon to video game FMV star to voice-over greatness. Now, he's bidding farewell to his most prominent role in that last field, and going, as it were, with a smile.
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Those crafty producers at NBC's Chuck continue to mine sci-fi gold as they cast their fifth and final season. Joining the likes of Star Trek: Enterprise's Scott Bakula, former James Bond Timothy Dalton and Terminator's Linda Hamilton from past seasons, it's now been announced that Matrix star Carrie-Anne Moss will join the Chuck-fold in the upcoming season, along with Star Wars star Mark Hamill.
As part of the announcement that Star Wars would finally be coming to Blu-ray, George Lucas screened a never-before-seen clip from Return Of The Jedi over the weekend, showing Luke Skywalker building his own lightsaber in a cave on Tatooine. But according to Mark Hamill—he never filmed that scene.
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