Star Wars icon Mark Hamill says his criticism of The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson’s take on Luke Skywalker “was inartfully phrased.” Hamill, of course, shot to superstardom 40 years ago as the Tatooine farm boy-turned-intergalatic-hero Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars film, Episode IV: A New Hope. After rounding out the Star Wars trilogy with impressive turns in The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, Hamill went on to successful career both in live-action and animated projects, becoming, among other things, a DC Comics legend as the voice of The Joker on episodic television and in features like Batman: The Killing Joke.
Hamill, however, has not been afraid over the years to ...
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