Mark Hamill made headlines a while back when he said he “fundamentally disagree[d]” initially with what director Rian Johnson was planning in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Now he’s offering a bit more clarification on his real feelings for the new-look Star Wars trilogy.
In the wake of yesterday’s magazine covers reveal, Vanity Fair has released some stunning new Star Wars: The Last Jedi pics, as well as a cool on-set video: right on time for Star Wars’ 40th anniversary tomorrow.
In preparation of the Star Wars 40th anniversary celebrations this week, Vanity Fair has unveiled four magazine covers featuring Captain Phasma unmasked, a new member of the Rebel Alliance and the late Carrie Fisher as General Leia.
If anyone can understand the challenge of returning to a beloved franchise and risking the ire of fans, it’s Mark Hamill ... though he's still kind of pissed at Star Wars fans for how they reacted to Episode I.
The folks at Lucasfilm are keeping pretty much everything about Star Wars: Episode VIII under wraps, but director Rian Johnson has opened up about how the long-lost Luke Skywalker will fit into the new cast.