The “Star Wars” veteran explains his “Force Awaken” non-disclosure agreement, and prides himself in keep the “Dad Vader” revelation a secret.
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J.J. Abrams and Mark Hamill addressed the #WhereIsLuke campaign as well as Luke Skywalker’s legendary status in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
On a 2005 episode of “Dinner for Five,” Mark Hamill and director J.J. Abrams recalled the time Hamill suggested the idea of an evil Luke Skywalker to George Lucas.
Contrary to a recent report, the 63-year-old actor says “he didn’t so much as stub a toe” while filming “The Force Awakens” on Ireland’s Skellig Michael.
Missed out on the “Star Wars” panel from Hall H? Never fear, we have video to tease all the out of this world happenings in “The Force Awakens.”
An episode packed with revelations sees two generations of Tricksters, the identity of the man beneath the yellow mask, and Barry’s secret shared with two more people.
If you talk or text at the theater, you might just face some dire consequences at the hand of Luke Skywalker.
Lucas had intended to direct the first installment of the new trilogy and release it in May 2015, and then sell Lucasfilm, but Disney had other plans.
Franchise veteran Mark Hamill says that BB-8, the little droid introduced in the trailer, isn’t a digital creation but rather “a live prop.”
Possible plot details for director J.J. Abrams’ film may reveal the inciting incident and how Han Solo plays into the story.
The actor discusses why he agreed to reprise his role as Luke Skywalker in Star Wars: Episode VII: “It’s not like I had a choice”