Mark Hamill Blocked Twitter Users For Spoiling The Ending To Star Wars: The Last Jedi

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Mark Hamill might be a huge Star Wars troll that loves to feed theorists with wild "hints", but the Star Wars legend doesn't like it when fans go ahead a spoil the movie experience for others on social media.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is opening in cinemas in the US this Friday, however, the film opens much earlier in other parts in the world and it seems like some fans who've had the chance to watch the movie earlier have already taken to social media to talk about what they've seen.

Posting on his Twitter account, Hamill decided to warn the fanbase against spoiling others, saying that while he never really blocks people who disagree with his political standing or people who hate his work, he had to block to fans who ending up "RUINING the #LastJedi ending for MILLIONS."

Though it's possible that these fans were just too excited for their own good, they probably did deserve to get blocked by Hamill. Spoiling the ending of The Last Jedi is just plain rude, especially at this point in time where millions still haven't seen the movie. It might be a bit forgivable let's say three or four weeks into The Last Jedi's cinematic release – but to spoil everyone before the movie this in most parts of the world, that's just terrible.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits cinemas in the US this Friday, December 15, 2017.

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