Mark Hamill’s Biggest Shock with The Force Awakens & His Pitch No One Wanted
Mark Hamill revealed the role of The Force Awakens who shocked and angered him. Disney and Lucasfilm released the film at the end of 2015 under the direction of JJ Abrams and fans of Star Wars were shocked to see Luke Skywalker appearing at the very end of the film after attending the show. assassination of Han Solo by his son. Hamill was shocked to see that too and he tried to do something about it.
For Mark Hamill, he wanted to meet on the big screen with Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford and called it a "missed opportunity" because never ended up coming up. The last Star Wars trilogy has been widely criticized by fans, but even Hamill admits to being angry about certain aspects. Many would have thought that Hamill was disgusted, he did not appear on the screen until the end, but that is not the case. He explains.
"Everyone is talking about the shock of realizing that the Awakens Force I did not enter before the last page, an even bigger shock to me was the death of Han Solo Before Luke could ever see his best friend again, I mean, that could be selfishly motivated, but I told him: "Holy cow, that's a real missed opportunity." # 39; Even meeting all three, even briefly. "
Mark Hamill does not complain simply of The Force Awakens he offers his services to try to make a difference. And from the sound of things, he had moved on to what would have been a different and potentially better ending for the film, which would have had a profound effect on how The Last Jedi was written. But finally, J.J. Abrams and his team decided not to use Hamill's idea. He had this to say about his alternative end on The Force Awakens .
"I launched Abrams on the idea of, You can always get me in the end, but how about how would you say Leia is trying to contact me telepathically, she's frustrated because that there is no answer, so she rushes to the new Death Star and she almost gets there but she is stopped by two Stormtroopers and, just before her kidnapping, a Stormtrooper turns back to the Another, breath, take off his helmet and say "Hi, sister, I'm here to save you." I say, "It's going to blow up the seal, I'm still in the end." "
Star Wars fatigue is something else that Mark Hamill recently commented, agreeing that it is a real phenomenon. Actor Luke Skywalker even admitted to having felt it himself, without however saying more. While it's comforting to hear Hamill hesitate before the latest trilogy, it's also disappointing that no one really listens to his ideas. Hamill has been around since the beginning and knows Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Leia better than anyone else. You can read more about what Hamill said about the situation below.
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"I think it's more effective to have people who really have a story with Han Solo, witness to his death and unable to stop him." His wife, the mother of his child, his best friend, instead of two characters who knew him, what, 20 minutes? But they have the keys of the kingdom, and they are the ones who decide, so you have to live with them. "
Star Wars 9 will be the final film of the Skywalker saga perhaps some of Mark Hamill's ideas have been incorporated this time. As for his role in the film, it is thought that he will play a ghost of strength, although that has not yet been confirmed. Hamill could very well be shown in flashback scenarios in a non-ghost form too. We will just have to wait and see. The interview with Mark Hamill was originally performed by the Hollywood Reporter.