While all eyes seem to be focused on all the excitement happening at San Diego Comic Con, on the other side of the World the premiere for Marvel's Guardians Of The Galaxy is happening in London, and none other than Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, was in attendance. In an interview with the BBC, which he appeared with a much fuller, Jedi-like beard, Mark had a great deal to say about his experience working on Star Wars Episode VII. "I never thought we'd come back, I still can't believe it's happening. And to go on to those sets that evoke so many memories is just astonishing." And he continued, discussing his, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford's roles, "It's really about the new generation of characters, we're just there to lend our support and grow contractually obligated beards." And on whether or not he's given his younger co-stars advice he said, "They're so good, I'm thinking of asking them for advice."
When asked about Harrison Ford's leg injury, he said he was not on set when it happened and commented that, "It'll take more than that to stop Harrison Ford."
Be sure to watch the full interview here for more of this fascinating discussion!
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