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Star Wars Episode 9 Will Be Luke Skywalker’s Final Appearance In A Galaxy Far, Far Away

Mark Hamill confirms he’ll be playing a Force Ghost in Star Wars Episode 9 – but wants it to be his last appearance

Let the beyond die. Kill it when you have to. Star Wars Episode 9 appears to be pretty content with pronouncing goodbye to the old shield for top – and so is Mark Hamill. The Luke Skywalker actor has no longer most effective confirmed that he needs December’s finale to be a “curtain name” for him, he’s also discovered that he might be lower back at a Force ghost in The Rise of Skywalker after his death in Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

During an interview with AP, Hamill become requested whether or not Star Wars Episode 9 will be the last hurrah for him. In a commonly forthright reaction, Hamill says: “I sure wish so!”

Pushed similarly, Hamill confirms that why he doesn’t need to come returned after The Rise of Skywalker is because his tale arc has now concluded, at least in his eyes: “I had closure inside the closing one,” he reasons.

Perhaps inadvertently, the man who has performed Luke Skywalker considering 1977’s A New Hope has also confirmed what all of us in all likelihood notion would be the case whilst it turned into announced Hamill became returning for the very last movie within the trilogy. Yep, he’s again as a Force ghost, despite fading away on Ahch-To at the tail-quit of The Last Jedi. No flashbacks, no clones, or every other form of hints to carry him again into the fold, which is reassuring.

While Hamill didn’t play his hand too much, he has hinted that it’s going to be quick. “The truth that I’m worried in any capacity,” Hamill reckons, “Is simplest due to that peculiar factor of the Star Wars mythology in which in case you’re a Jedi, you get to come back again and make a curtain call as a Force ghost.”

So, we get the danger to mention yet one extra goodbye to Luke Skywalker, as nicely giving a fond farewell to the dearly departed duo of Carrie Fisher and Peter Mayhew. Star Wars Episode nine goes to make us all cry buckets, isn’t it?

Luke might not be in them, but right here are a number of the new Star Wars movies you must be looking forward to over the following couple of years.

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