Mark Hamill reveals whether he'd ever return to the 'Star Wars' franchise

Mark Hamill reveals whether he'd ever return to the 'Star Wars' franchise

Mark Hamill reveals whether he'd ever return to the 'Star Wars' franchise

In the nicest way I can say this: Luke Skywalker is dead, and it is time we move on. Yesterday was May 9, which is why the actor made a decision to reflect on Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the ninth and last film in the saga. "They don't have the burden of delivering a big special effects extravaganza like the films had to do".

"I had a beginning, middle, and end", he told Entertainment Weekly, confirming his departure from the franchise. Those films gave me far more than I ever expected when we started out so it's never even occurred to me. For all the things that Episode IX He had gone by himself, including the return of Emperor Palpatine, the result was a lackluster replay of nostalgic elements and moments of service to fans that went against everything Rian Johnson established.

It's been nearly a week since Star Wars Day on May 4, but Mark Hamill continues to celebrate the franchise for a full month just like the years before. It's like the superhero movies that have to deliver these gargantuan epics.

"I love all those people and I certainly have affection for George [Lucas] and the character he created", Hamill elaborated. I'm full of gratitude for what it has given me and my career but I don't want to be greedy. 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 think it's excellent".

It also appears that Bo-Katan has some experience with the Darksaber that was wielded by [Spoiler] at the close of The Mandalorian's Season 1 finale, so perhaps Sackhoff's live-action version will fit into that extension of mythology.

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