Mark Hamill rules out return to Star Wars franchise

Mark Hamill rules out return to Star Wars franchise

Considering how important Luke Skywalker is in the Star Wars universe, there are many fans who were not entirely happy with the treatment that was made of him in this sequel trilogy.

The put up, which included a photograph of Luke's Power Ghost from Episode IX, referred to as the film "bittersweet" and revealed that this might be the actor's remaining look as Luke Skywalker. The actor has played Luke Skywalker on the big screen ever since George Lucas" "A New Hope' back in 1977.

"I think they have a wonderful advantage on The Mandalorian in that it's economical storytelling".

It's been almost every week since Star Wars Day on Could 4th, however Mark Hamill is constant to rejoice the franchise for a full month identical to the earlier years. "I'm very impressed with it and to me, a very smart move on their part because you can't keep trying to top", he concluded. Unlike the arrival of beloved ex-Jedi Ahsoka Tano (played by Rosario Dawson), this one makes a bit more sense for a show about Mandalorians: it's Bo-Katan Kryze, the former Deathwatch terrorist turned would-be leader of Mandalore from both The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels.

"I love all those people and I certainly have affection for George [Lucas] and the character he created", Hamill elaborated. "We were doing a certain amount of that with each of the "Indiana Jones" movies, but it wasn't like 'Star Wars, ' and I think that each time we would push the technology in making those movies, he got the bug to start thinking about what that might mean for 'Star Wars'". I'm full of gratitude for what it has given me and my career but I don't want to be greedy.

The likes of Fett, Ahsoka and (possibly) Sabine Wren are not expected to have significant roles in this upcoming season, so we would assume it'll be the same for Kryze, with her episode (s) setting up a more substantial arc down the line. The actor is also a prolific voice artist and, among other credits, continues to provide the iconic voice for DC Comics' Joker across a number of games, cartoons, and movies.

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