Mark Hamill reveals his favorite Star Wars meme


Mark Hamill continues to be a joy on Twitter, sharing many Star Wars opinions, stories, jokes and more. Recently, we saw the actor joke about some of Luke Skywalker’s merchandise, championed the prequel trilogy, and shared some information about his appearance in The Mandalorian. Every now and then, Hamill answers questions on Twitter, which recently prompted him to reveal one of his favorite Star Wars memes.

“What’s your favorite star wars meme?” @Lightsabrqueen tweeted last month. Hamill responded this week, writing: “Too much to pick just one favorite, but that’s damn good.” The actor used Lisa Simpson’s introductory meme to perfectly explain why people shouldn’t care about other people’s opinions on Star Wars. You can check it below:

Twitter isn’t the only social media site Hamill is good at. The actor recently joined TikTik after calling a fake account. Hamill’s first video showed his dog, Mable, and it was an instant hit. The post has been viewed over 5 million times and Hamill now has 2.2 million followers. You can follow it on the social media app here.

Hamill was recently in Serbia to shoot his next film The machine, in which he will play alongside actor Bert Kreischer. The film should be based on an actual story that Kreischer told in his stand-up series about his involvement with the Russian crowd while studying abroad while in college. The film will follow Kreischer 20 years later as the Mafia ties of his past catch up with him and have him and his father kidnapped, played by Hamill.

As for Star wars, there is a lot to be expected from the franchise. The next step is Boba Fett’s book, which is slated for release on Disney + in December. The show is set to star Temuera Morrison as Boba Fett and Ming-Na Wen as Fennec Shand. recently spoke with Wen, and she commented on the differences between The Mandalorian and Boba Fet’s bookt.

This is how Disney + describes Boba Fett’s book in a press release: “Boba Fett’s book, an exciting Star Wars adventure, find the legendary bounty hunter Boba Fett and mercenary Fennec Shand sailing the underworld of the Galaxy when they return to the sands of Tatooine to claim their territory once ruled by Jabba the Hutt and his syndicate of crime. ”

Thanks for always making us laugh, Mark Hamill!


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