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Mark Hamill

Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Mark Hamill With His Old Friend the Rancor

I don’t want context. I don’t need context. Knowing that this picture exists is enough. (Nerd Approved)

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It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

Watch Mark Hamill and Tara Strong Voice the Joker and Harley Quinn

Video recordings of Mark Hamill doing the Joker’s voice aren’t non existent, but they are rare, and should be savored. (And yes, Tara Strong is not the original voice of Harley Quinn, but she is the voice of Batgirl and has taken over the role of Harley since Batman: Arkham City.)

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May The Force Be With You

Mark Hamill Pleases Fans By Encouraging Less CGI In Star Wars VII

Entertainment Weekly’s CapeTown Film Festival was just one of many events celebrating Star Wars this past weekend but the only one that had a surprise appearance from Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill. Take a look at what he had to say about the direction the new trilogy should take.

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I will make it legal!

Can You Put A Pair Of Lederhosen On The Wookiee? How Executives Tried To Mess With Star Wars.

Look, if Donald Duck doesn’t have to wear pants, neither does Chewbacca. 

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For A More Civilized Age

Fanmade Poster for Star Wars: Episode VII Makes a Movie With the Original Cast Look Pretty Awesome

Adam Schickling put together this Star Wars VII poster, and as much as I’d like the new trilogy to focus on a new set of characters and feature the old ones as cameos at most, dang if this poster doesn’t make me feel very nostalgic.

Previously in Star Wars

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For A More Civilized Age

Here’s the Official Word on Hamill, Fisher, and Ford Returning to Star Wars From A Disney CEO Himself

There’s been a lot of back and forth on the involvement of Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, and Harrison Ford in Disney’s planned third Star Wars trilogy. The stars say they’re open, other folks say they’re signed, other folks say there’s nothing official yet (or sometimes Carrie Fisher tells the jerk with a camera who is following her around and grilling her about Star Wars VII while she’s walking her dogs that she’s involved just to get rid of him), and the big voice missing in the conversation is Disney’s. Of course Disney doesn’t have to say anything. Why should they? We’re already talking nonstop about the movie.

But CEO Bob Iger gave some actual official information to CNBC’s Closing Bell yesterday.

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May The Force Be With You

Carrie Fisher Was Joking About the Star Wars Sequels, But George Lucas Says She’ll Probably Be In Them Anyway

… as will Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford. According to George Lucas, that is.

(Oh, and can I just take a quick moment to say that we called it on Carrie Fisher joking about her Star Wars confirmation? Because we did.)

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Carrie Fisher Said She’ll Be in the Star Wars Sequels, But Let’s Not Freak Out Quite Yet

OK, so, getting the important stuff covered first: Carrie Fisher was asked by the Palm Beach Illustrated whether she’d be in the Star Wars sequels, and she said, and I quote, “Yes.”

But here’s why we should wait before breaking out the cinnamon buns in celebration:

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Here’s What Mark Hamill Knows About Those Star Wars Sequel Casting Rumors

We’ve been hearing a lot lately about the possibility of some combination of Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, and Mark Hamill showing up in the Star Wars sequels. And we’re taking those rumors with a massive boulder of salt, since there’s been nothing close to an official announcement that any of the Original Trilogy Three will be coming back. There still isn’t. But Mark Hamill said a few things to Entertainment Tonight about the possibility of Luke, Leia, and Han showing up in the sequels that made my ears perk up.

Darnit, Mark. I’m trying to keep a cool head here.

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TK-421 Why Aren't You At Your Post?

Did One News Organization Leak The Plot of Star Wars VII In A Mayan Apocalypse Story?

Something interesting happened yesterday. International news agency Reuters published a story with some information on Star Wars VII. In it, they seemed to detail a very specific bit of plot related to a shooting location. And honestly? While it might have been a mistake, it could be the most legit bit of news we’ve heard about the upcoming film’s plot so far. 

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