Mark Hamill accidentally reveals Solo: A Star Wars Story spoiler


During an interview with the Washington Post, Mark Hamill accidentally let a spoiler slip for Solo: A Star Wars Story. Spoiler ahead!

Mark Hamill is known for speaking his mind while having a bit of fun in the process. He didn’t hold back with his reservations of Rian Johnson’s script for Star Wars: The Last Jedi, then later on admitting he was wrong.

What you see is what you get with Mark Hamill and that’s what makes him so great.

If you’re plugged into the Twitter Universe, you need to follow Mark Hamill (himself), it’s a blast. He’s also a great interview, with that being no different in a recent podcast with the Washington Post’s “Cape Up,” with Jonathan Capehart.

Free of charge, Mark Hamill talks for over an hour discussing Luke Skywalker’s role moving forward within a galaxy far, far away, revealing fun-filled life stories; and accidentally letting a spoiler slip for Solo: A Star Wars Story.

That’s right, Mark Hamill, the ultimate pro’s pro let a spoiler fly casually off his tongue.

If you want to go into Solo: A Star Wars Story 100 percent spoiler-free, turn away now.

Spoiler for Solo: A Star Wars Story ahead.

Photo Credit: [Dark Ink] Star Wars/Lucasfilm

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Mark Hamill is asked if C-3P0 ever gains his freedom or if he’s stuck with the Skywalkers forever. He then expands on Anthony Daniels finding the fountain of youth of sorts, leading us into the good stuff.

"“He’s in every single Star Wars movie. All the prequels. He’s in Rogue One. He’s in Solo. Whoops. I hope that’s not… He’s in every single Star Wars movie. That’s not such a reveal. All Star Wars fans expect him to be in every movie.”"

The inquiry is one that was not prying or probing one bit, but sometimes the Force works in mysterious ways.

Although that is true about C-3P0, I honestly thought that he and R2-D2’s run of being in every Star Wars film would end with Solo: A Star Wars Story. I was wrong.

How can the Lucasfilm team, the Kasdans, and Ron Howard work this into the movie without making it feel too “Forced?” It’s a tricky balance, but I have faith they’ll pull it off.

It would be great if Han Solo bumps into the bumbling droid, lashing out one of his iconic sarcastic 3PO insults!

Photo Credit: [Star Wars: A New Hope] Lucasfilm.During the time within the Star Wars canon story, the two droids are currently in the care of Captain Antilles, and at times Princess Leia — which now opens up the Pandora’s Box of possibilities.

Honestly, I’m okay with this fan service and I freaked out a bit when they dropped by in Rogue One. Even though I know it’s coming now, I’ll certainly do the same thing this time around, too. The droid duo cameo is the Stan Lee of the Star Wars universe and it’s fantastic fan service.

Mark Hamill dusts off his reveal of the 3P0 cameo, saying:

“What are they going to do, fire me? Or kill me,” he says in jest. Oh Mark, Mark, Mark, Mark. This is another reason we love you.

That’s undoubtedly correct, Creed. Mark Hamill does not care, with his free spirit giving us fans what we all want. Honesty. Transparency. And, even a spoiler from time to time.

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Solo: A Star Wars Story hits theatres, worldwide (punch it, Chewie!) May 25, 2018.

Learn how you can purchase tickets for Solo: A Star Wars Story here.