Mark Hamill is OK with reprising Luke Skywalker in Star Wars

Even dead, Luke Skywalker continues to find a way back inside. Star Wars. It first happened in 2019. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker When the dead Jedi Master returns as a Force ghost. In 2020, it happened again. This time as a younger, younger, CGI version on The Mandalorian. Finally, in In 2022, the older version of Skywalker returns for a third season, the most extensive yet. The Boba Fett Book.

“It’s unusual to see yourself like that,” says actor Mark Hamill. He told Esquire About seeing a younger version of himself on Disney+ shows. Plus, he added, “it can’t be cheap.”

Luke’s appearance in the two Disney+ episodes marks the first time the character has appeared in an extended period between shows. Return of the Jedi and TIt forces. And since the Star Wars saga only suspected Luke of what he did then, In such books Shadow of the Sith And in flashbacks from the movie, Hamill admits that the character may return.

“People say, ‘Oh, now you can do a whole series of Luke posts.Return of the Jedi. I said, ‘I don’t think so.'” Hamill said. “They don’t need to tell these stories in the first place, but if they do, they can get an age-appropriate actor.” That last part is key because Lucasfilm has recast the main roles where the age difference is huge, for example with Leia and Luke. Obi-Wan Kenobi. If Hamill is good with a young actor playing the character, you’d think so would others.

But that is the past. As for the character’s future, after returning to Rey as a Force Spirit The rise of SkywalkerEsquire asked if he would come back For the upcoming Rey movie. “One thing you learn working for Lucasfilm: Everything is confidential,” Hamill said. “So if I was involved, I wouldn’t be able to tell you. And I wouldn’t be able to tell you if I wasn’t involved. So I don’t know. I think we’ll all figure it out together.

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