Mark Hamill admits that he doesn't care about returning to the Star Wars franchise.


Actor Mark Hamill recently did an interview with ABC News where he and his family sat down with ABC News and discussed how the Star Wars franchise has affected their family life. Most of the interview goes as you would expect and has some really cool shared information but then at the end of the interview Mark is asked about his thoughts on returning to the franchise now that Carrie Fisher has passed away and the character of Han Solo has been killed. His response is completely understandable and yet still shocking to hear. When talking about Carrie's passing, Hamill stated,
""It really has tarnished my ability to enjoy it to its fullest. You were asking earlier, 'Are you gonna come back?' I don't care anymore, on that level. Because Han Solo is gone, Luke is gone. You just can't get the band back together the way you wanted it to be, and it shouldn't be that way. It is what it is. Rather than being sorry that we can't have more of her, I'm just grateful that we had the time with her that we did.""
You can watch the entire interview below. Enjoy.



I can totally see his point of view and it's hard not to blame him for feeling that way. There's a good chance that J.J. Abrams will bring him back for Episode IX, but if he doesn't then The Last Jedi was it for him. We very well may never see Hamill in the role of Luke Skywalker again. What do you all think about what Hamill had to say here?

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Source: ABC News

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