Mark Hamill and other cast members from Star Wars: The Last Jedi answer the most Googled questions about themselves in this delightful video…
Have you ever asked Google a question, desperately seeking a certain answer, only to have several versions populate the window before you could get to your actual question? Well, thanks to the folks at Wired, we can see the cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi answer some of the most asked “auto-complete” questions about themselves and the characters they portray.
John Boyega kicks things off with “do Jedis get paid?” Well, first off, it’s Jedi (to whoever asked that question) and no, no they do not.
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Next, Mark Hamill is asked if Jedi construct their own lightsabers, to which the answer is yes. Hamill even goes on to explain a deleted scene from Return of the Jedi. In that scene, Luke is shown constructing his green-bladed lightsaber.
Here’s what else we learned:
- Jedi apparently don’t live any longer than normal people.
- You don’t have to be a Jedi to use a lightsaber.
- Jedi have to be celibate (as Mark Hamill jokes) or else Luke Skywalker would have had one! Oh, Mr. Hamill, you trickster, you.
- Jedi prefer boxer briefs if, in fact, they wear underwear.
- While Jedi don’t choose their lightsaber color, Samuel L. Jackson does.
- It takes lots of practice to become a Jedi.
There are loads more fun questions and answers, and you should definitely watch the entire video because it’s worth it.
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Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits theaters worldwide on December 15, in just four days.