Mark Hamill Has Trouble Remembering Some Of His Iconic Lines In Star Wars

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Mark Hamill might have trained a lot so that he'd be able to return to the Star Wars franchise, however, it seems like the Star Wars legend's having trouble performing one of the saga's most popular lines – "I have a very bad feeling about this."

The line's been delivered by a number of actors in the many live-action installments in the franchise, and it seems like Hamill's having trouble delivering it the same way he used to. Speaking in an interview with GQ, the Hollywood actor admitted that he'd find himself forgetting his delivery with fans correcting him from time to time.

"There was a line I said in the first one, that now has been in all of them. I don't know about Rogue One, I've only seen that once. 'I have a very bad feeling about this.' Or, 'I Have a bad feeling about this.' That's another thing, people have seen these things more than I have, so they correct me."


That's not the only detail that he's having trouble remembering. Hamill also says that he doesn't really remember some of the saga's characters, like IG-88.

"I'll say, 'The medical droid," and they go, 'IG-88!' A lot of these things weren't named until they became toys. We called them when we were shooting them, 'the medical droid,' but when they made it into a toy, they had to have some designation to copyright."

Star Wars fans might be disappointed to hear that Hamill isn't as good remembering Star Wars details, but the star just might have too many things on his mind, especially since he has a lot of lines to remember in the Star Wars sequel trilogy.

Hamill is set to appear in Star Wars: The Last Jedi which premieres December 15, 2017.

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