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Mark Hamill

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Mark Hamill Talks Getting Back Into the Star Wars Saddle, Shows Off His Episode VII Facial Hair

    May The Force Be With You

    I know that's been the question on my mind: Will Episode VII Luke Skywalker have abandoned the beardless side of the Force to go down a path of righteous follicular majesty? The answer appears to be yes, at least judging by Mark Hamill's appearance in this promotional image for Disney World's Star Wars Weekends, which was taken on a break from Episode VII filming. Behind the cut, Hamill speaks about his preparation for the role, his relationship with Star Wars fans, and how the sequel trilogy's attitude towards spoilers differs from that of the original trilogy.

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  7. Star Wars Weekends Video Has Mark Hamill Reprise His Role as Luke Skywalker and Talk About Star Wars Fans

    The force is strong with this one.

    Mark Hamill is at Disney World's Star Wars weekends this week on a short break from Episode VII production, so here he is holding a lightsaber, talking about fans, and getting us super excited to see a brand new, Jedi master side of Luke Skywalker.

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  8. Mark Hamill Looks Great Wielding a Lightsaber, Definitely Not Too Old to Begin the Training

    Stick it in your pointy ear, Yoda.

    We've been joking about it ever since Disney bought Lucasfilm and the rights to Star Wars along with it, but it's finally here: Luke Skywalker and Mickey Mouse teaming up with lightsabers. Luckily, it's just a promotional image from Star Wars Weekends at Disney World.

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  9. Star Wars’ Andy Serkis Is Busy Helping Mark Ruffalo Be A Hulk, Mark Hamill Is Just Happy To Be Here

    And I'll Form the Head!

    It may look like Mark Ruffalo is just playing around on the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, but he's putting in some serious work too! He has the tweets to prove it! Andy Serkis, newly cast in Star Wars: Episode VII, is apparently helping him with his Hulk. Meanwhile, original Star Wars cast member Mark Hamill is really excited about the new space gang. 

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  10. Breaking: Lucasfilm Officially Announces Star Wars: Episode VII Actors With Cast Photo

    Oh My Stars and Garters

    From StarWars.com: "Actors John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, and Max von Sydow will join the original stars of the saga, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, and Kenny Baker in the new film." Read on for a quote from director J.J. Abrams and the official release date.

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