Mark Hamill is starring in the Child’s Play reboot as of now. However, this cannot stop the legendary actor from talking about his first franchise: Star Wars.
He is regularly updating people with corrections about Star Wars rumours. He posts about it on Twitter, and fans are happy for this.
He Debunks The Rumours In a Funny Way
Hamills not just debunks the rumours, but makes it almost comical. In his recent tweet, he told if he calls Carrie Fisher by her real name or not in a scene.
No matter how often this is debunked-it still comes back. The entire scene was dubbed. I said "There she…"- as in "There she (is)" when I saw her. George would never have allowed me to say "Carrie" even if I wanted to as a joke, which I didn't. It makes no sense. #FalseStory 😩 https://t.co/3mAwkhSJ5F
— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) July 6, 2019
What The Tweet Said?
“No matter how often this is debunked-it still comes back. The entire scene was dubbed. I said ‘There she…’- as in ‘There she (is)’ when I saw her. George would never have allowed me to say ‘Carrie’ even if I wanted to as a joke, which I didn’t. It makes no sense. #FalseStory ,”
To this the fans replied:
“We believe you king,” said by @thorrbruce
@chuleta1976 said “Yeah, but Mark, George Lucas kept the scene with the Stormtrooper hitting his head walking into to control room,”
Hamill Replied To The Fans
“He probably noticed it when it was too late to reshoot it. Even so, it was natural in the context of the chaos in the scene, unlike me accidentally calling the Princess ‘Carrie,’” Hamill said in answer to the replies.
Luke might be dead in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but fans still are eager to see Hamill make a return. They wish to see him in the upcoming movie Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker. Hamill has also confirmed that he will make a return to the franchise. He will return as a Force Ghost like Obi Wan from the Original trilogy.