Ever since Star Wars came back in 2015, Mark Hamill has found himself back in the spotlight. In a recent appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Hamill talks a bit about working on Star Wars back in the day, and he shows off his fantastic impression of co-star Harrison Ford.
There are also some other fun tidbits from Hamill, including his opinion that Ford would have made a great director if he wasn’t so lazy. Hamill also has this fun line about leaving George Lucas to write better dialogue for droids compared to his character.
Funny thing is, Hamill had done an impression of Ford before. If you checked out Bad Lip Reading’s jab at The Force Awakens, it’s actually Hamill doing Han Solo’s voice:
For now, Hamill is set to make a comeback for Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. This is just my speculation, but when he tells Rey the line that “We passed on everything we know,” I’m expecting he’s saying it alongside other Force ghosts of Obi-Wan, Yoda, and maybe even Anakin Skywalker as well; maybe those characters may say something too, but I guess there’s more gravitas when it’s Luke since he was the one who helped train Rey.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is set to end the main Skywalker saga for Lucasfilm, and we should expect it in theaters Dec. 20.