Mark Hamill regrets 'voicing my doubts' about 'The Last Jedi'

Dec 30, 2017, 01:00
Mark Hamill regrets 'voicing my doubts' about 'The Last Jedi'

Carrie Fisher, who portrayed Leia Organa, passed away on December 27, 2016 after she suffered a heart attack on a flight to Los Angeles from London.

Surrounding the release of the extremely divisive new Star Wars movie The Last Jedi, Mark Hamill has not exactly been biting his tongue.

"We miss you more than ever", the caption said. This design is a must-have for any "Star Wars" fan, offering up another hyper-realistic figure to your collection. The third image was an illustration of Fisher holding her beloved dog, Gary, while flipping her middle finger.

Hamill, known for his role as Luke Skywalker in the "Star Wars" film series, tweeted a tribute to Fisher.

"No one's ever really gone.", he wrote on Twitter.

Carrie Fisher's performance as Leia Organa is something so monumental it can not even be put into words.

Hamill commented in response to an IMDb interview where he said, "I've had trouble accepting what [Rian Johnson] saw for Luke but again, I mean, I have to say, having seen the movie I was wrong". The 25-year-old actress wrote, "She drowned in moonlight, strangled by her own bra" using moon, boot, astrological sign, and plant emojis.

"This is the next generation of 'Star Wars, '" he added. "I wasn't sure what they were looking for, to be honest", he said.

That hashtag of CarrieOnForever has resulted in an outpouring of heartfelt messages and tributes to Fisher, including a touching animation from Disney Story Artist Brian Kesinger. "I love you times infinity".

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now playing in theaters.

Mark Hamill took to social media this morning to share a touching tribute to his late Star Wars co-star Carrie Fisher. Still, fans are bound to benefit from Lourd's courage, yet not by lamenting the death of her mother, but her mother's zest for life.