Could Mark Hamill Be Teasing The Appearance Of (Spoiler) In Star Wars: The Last Jedi?

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Warning: This article contains potential spoilers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

Lucasfilm has been careful not to give away too much of the surprises it's preparing for its upcoming sequel trilogy installment, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, however, news still manages to make its way to the public, days before the film's release.

Last week Hollywood lighting company supplier Digital Sputnik accidentally teased having illuminated Yoda in a recent project, and today Star Wars legend Mark Hamill seemingly hinted at the Master Jedi's appearance in The Force Awakens sequel in a new tweet.

The Last Jedi had its global premiere last weekend, and the event was attended by a mix of the sequel trilogy's star and celebrities and veterans of the Star Wars franchise. Frank Oz, Yoda's voice actor, and puppet master also made an appearance at the film's red carpet opening, and Hamill decided to take to Twitter to ask whether Oz's presence would be considered a spoiler.


Hamill is a big Star Wars troll, sparking debates and encouraging theorists with "spoilers" to make fun of the fanbase, so fans should take the Tweet with a grain of salt. Then again, there have been times that Hamill did post legitimate Star Wars news – like the time he dropped the release date for the first Last Jedi trailer.

We'll just have to wait and see to get confirmation.

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