David Prowse, the weightlifter-turned-actor who was the body, though not the voice, of Darth Vader in the original "Star Wars" trilogy, has died.
While this doesn’t entirely make up for the lack of an on-screen Han and Luke reunion in the "Star Wars" sequels, fans are happy to hear that the old Rebels are still involved in galactic politics.
Yahoo has teamed with Funko and Lucasfilm for the world's first augmented-reality reveals of Pop! collectibles. The Child (with pendant) and Luke (Jedi-training) arrive ahead of New York Comic Con.
Mark Hamill had a secret role in “The Mandalorian,” that nobody knew about until Friday.On the final episode of the behind-the-scenes docuseries “Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian,” it was revealed that Hamill lent his voice to a character in the Disney+ series. And who he voiced is an Easter Egg hunter’s dream: The droid EV-9D9.Disney+ last aired a new episode of “The Mandalorian” in December.Also Read: Disney+ in June: Here's Everything New Coming, From 'Artemis Fowl' to 'Schoolhouse Rock'Don’t know who that is? “Star Wars” die-hards will tell you EV-9D9 is the same droid in “Return of the Jedi” that was responsible for registering new droid acquisitions in Jabba the Hutt’s palace. Even more, the episode in which he turns up — the fifth of the season — takes place on Tatooine, which just so happens to be Luke Skywalker’s home planet.It’s not the first time Hamill, an accomplished voice actor, has played someone other than his famous Jedi Knight in the galaxy far, far away. He’s voiced alien creatures in both “The Last Jedi” and “The Rise of Skywalker,” as well as the Sith Lord Darth Bane in the TV series “The Clone Wars.”Hamill, of course, is also well known for lending his voice to The Joker in “Batman: The Animated Series.”Read original story Mark Hamill Had a Cameo in ‘The Mandalorian’ That Nobody Knew About At TheWrap
A boy whose mother posted a now-viral video about her son being bullied at school now has Wolverine and Luke Skywalker at his back.
J.J. Abrams, Kathleen Kennedy and John Boyega talk about the first trailer and new title for Episode IX.
Plus, first look at stunning photographs of Luke's most memorable movie moments recreated with action figures.
"Star Wars" star reveals what it took to transform from Luke Skywalker into a medieval warrior for his latest TV role.
To celebrate "Star Wars" Day we tabulated every utterance of the classic line in all the live-action films. The results include a few surprises.
Mark Hamill, a longtime star of the Star Wars franchise and defender of Star Wars fans everywhere, offered some advice for a young girl afraid to sport her fangirl pride at school. “My 7 year old daughter’s crying in bed right now because she wants to wear her Star Wars t-shirt to school but is scared her classmates will laugh because she likes ‘boy stuff,’” a mother wrote on Twitter this week.
Rian Johnson on the Ahch-To set of The Last Jedi. Director Rian Johnson knows that some of the decisions he made in Star Wars: The Last Jedi have polarized fans. In one of the final scenes of The Last Jedi, Luke Skywalker shows up on the isolated planet Crait to engage in battle with his estranged nephew, First Order leader Kylo Ren.
"I think it’s often in these very differences of perspective that movies can be at their most enlightening, helping us learn something about each other and ourselves," he writes on Medium.
Fans who have disavowed the portrayal of the "Star Wars" icon Luke Skywalker in the new film are missing something.
On The Late Late Show, Mark Hamill got to answer a question that has plagued Star Wars fans since … probably never: Who did Luke Skywalker lose his virginity to?
At Disney's D23, Mark Hamill talks about Luke Skywalker aging into the mentor role in 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi,' filled by Obi-Wan Kenobi in original
For Star Wars fanboys and fangirls, actor Mark Hamill will forever be known as Luke Skywalker. In 1992, he began voicing the character of the Joker on the show Batman: The Animated Series to critical acclaim.
Two things we just learned about Mark Hamill: he hates spoilers and he’s an avowed liar. During Friday’s Last Jedi panel at Star Wars Celebration, Hamill came clean about his truth-telling… or lack thereof. “I lie all the time on social media,” Hamill said, gleefully acknowledging that he tweets out incorrect intel.
Perhaps that was just how Luke dressed for the Tosche Station. On Monday, Mark Hamill revealed there was a photo taken of him as Luke Skywalker during the shooting of A New Hope that Lucasfilm was not keen on people seeing.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story had a somewhat lackluster debut in China last weekend, but that doesn’t mean the country is lacking for Star Wars fanatics. Consider this week’s news about the discovery of a new primate species there — and the name that scientists have given it. As reported by the BBC, researchers have determined that a particular breed of gibbon that dwells in the forests of southwest China is, in fact, different from every other known variety of the primate.
You can’t always judge a book by its cover, and Avengers star Jeremy Renner learned that the hard way, before meeting one of his childhood heroes at an event.
Mark Hamill at the premiere of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ (Getty Images) by Ryan Parker Mark Hamill is breaking some hearts, but also trying to help his fans not get taken advantage of by those selling fake autographs. The Star Wars: The Force Awakens star took to Twitter Sunday night and one at a time told fans whether their merch bearing his signature was legit. “I’m so sorry there’s so many fans spending their hard-earned money for fraudulent signatures,” Hamill said in a tweet. Of course, there were some pieces Hamill really did sign through the years; he told fans to look at those examples to see exactly how he signs his name.