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Mark Hamill

  1. New Photos of Mark Hamill’s Return as The Trickster on CW’s The Flash!

    It's a 1990s Flash reunion!

    As we know, Mark Hamill will be guest starring in the March 31st episode of The Flash as Trickster, a role he originated in the 1990 Flash series. This is all the cooler, because the storyline will reunite Hamill with John Wesley Shipp, who played the Flash on that series. Well, now, we've got some awesome new photos to whet our appetites!

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  2. Mark Hamill Comes Back to His Role as The Trickster and More in New Flash Preview

    "Run run run run run!"

    Mark Hamill was last seen as The Trickster almost 25 years ago in 1991, so when The Flash returns on March 17, it's bringing more than one method of time travel with it.

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  3. Jared Leto Teases His Take on the Joker in the Suicide Squad Movie

    Why so mysterious?

    Anyone who thinks the next film incarnation of the Joker will be a disaster, take heart: Jared Leto's right there with you. Kind of.

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  4. Mark Hamill Talks About Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Being Maybe Spied On By Drones

    "It’s just crazy town."

    You'd think Mark Hamill would be more accustomed than most actors to the level of security that it takes to keep something from the Star Wars movies from leaking—remember how he was only one of a handful of people who knew Darth Vader was Luke's dad? But things have changed since then. Heck, now you've gotta to worry about the nearest equivalent we have to droids actually coming in and snooping on your filming.

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  5. This Is the Only Video You Wanted From the Star Wars Table Read. We Know.

    Now do Jedi for the role reversal!

    Since you probably didn't get to see it for yourself, here's the moment from last night's Empire Strikes Back table read in L.A. when Ellen Page and Jessica Alba (Han and Leia) acknowledged their feelings for each other. If you listen closely, you can also join the cast in laughing at a very, um, enthusiastic audience member's reaction to the kissing narration.

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  6. Mark Hamill Says the Force Awakens Ball Droid Is a Practical Effect He Got to Play With; We Are Jealous

    Don't worry. We can always go back and replace it with CGI later.

    BB-8, also known as the "ball droid," "rolling droid," or "most adorable thing about the Force Awakens trailer" is a real thing that exists in the world, and that makes us so happy. That's not the only thing Mark Hamill talked about in a recent interview, either. Read on for more about Jedi beards, returning actors, and little mechanical balls of wonder.

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  7. Mark Hamill to Reprise an Infamous Supervillain Role for The Flash

    I just made you stare at Mark Hamill's butt.

    I'll give you a hint: he is a joke themed character who has appeared in at least one television adaptation with a thematically appropriate female sidekick. And he's not the Joker.

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  8. The World Is Psyched About Mark Hamill’s Beard

    I'm not surprised. Conditioner is, like, 90% midichlorians.

    Earlier today Mark Hamill posted this image of himself standing outside the Episode VII set, and the Internet approves: the man's facial hair has the appropriate volume and mass to convey classic Jedi gravitas, entirely eclipsing Qui-Gon Jinn, nearly lapping Kenobi, and heading rapidly towards Gandalf territory.

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  9. Unnecessarily Recasting Star Wars: Luke Skywalker

    It's not that we like remakes, we just can't do anything about them.

    Hey, remember when we imagined what the cast of a rebooted Star Trek: The Next Generation would look like? Here's a thing about that other space franchise.

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  10. Today In Cognitive Dissonance: The Joker Is Luke Skywalker’s Father [Video]

    In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

    I know good and well that Mark Hamill voiced the Joker, but hearing that voice come out of that face threw a wrench in my brain. However, this reenactment begs a question: if the Joker replaces Darth Vader in this AU, he flies a PIE-fighter, right? ...I'll see myself out.

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