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Mark Hamill speaks about his role in The Mandalorian 2 finale

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Mark Hamill reacted to fans on Twitter who questioned his participation in the Mandalorian season 2 finale, thinking his presence was all CGI, by providing photographic proof that he was present and did participate!

Mark Hamill, a Star Wars legend, has the ideal reaction for those who question if he actually put on the costume and put in the time to play Luke Skywalker again in The Mandalorian Season 2’s penultimate episode. Some fans have speculated that Mark Hamill didn’t appear in The Mandalorian at all and that his visage was digitally superimposed on a stunt actor instead. Well, Mark Hamill wants to put an end to the debate by pointing out that the issue has already been decisively resolved.

Mark Hamill shared an on-set photo from the set of The Mandalorian Season 2 episode with his followers on Twitter. Actually, Hamill was captured from a Disney+ behind-the-scenes featurette about the making of The Mandalorian that aired last summer.

Hamill captioned the image with the following:

“This is for those who claimed the character was accomplished exclusively with CGI, without my participation. #BeenThere_DoneThat”.

The recent Star Wars films have featured several excellent character callback cameos, which may explain in part why Hamill’s cameo confused some. After all, CGI face-swapping was utilized to return Peter Cushing’s Moff Tarkin and Carrie Fisher’s Princess Leia to their original Star Wars movie likenesses in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, despite the fact that the film featured the bodies of contemporary actors (Guy Henry and Ingvild Deila, respectively). Obi-Wan Kenobi de-aged both Ewan McGregor’s Obi-Wan and Hayden Christensen’s Anakin Skywalker for critical flashback sequences, showing the two characters as much younger than they actually were.

When The Book of Boba Fett first came out, there was a lot of misunderstanding since rumors spread that someone else had their face changed for Hamill on set. Actress Rosario Dawson, who met Mark Hamill on set, and footage from the episode Disney Gallery: The Book of Boba Fett both put an end to the idea. While a stunt duplicate was utilized in some sequences, the real Luke Skywalker was present throughout.

Nonetheless, social media is social media where conspiracy theories never stop. Mark Hamill has expressed his frustration with the persistent speculation that he is not the actor playing Luke Skywalker on Star Wars: The Clone Wars on television.



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