Fri, 22 December 2017
Back in May 2017, in the Vanity Fair cover story, Mark Hamill said he told The Last Jedi writer/director Rian Johnson that he "fundamentally disagreed" with every choice Johnson made for his character, Luke Skywalker. He later elaborated on that, to make it clear that there were no hard feelings or anything like that, and that it eventually became a thrilling experience for him. But what, exactly, was he objecting to at first? Punch it!
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