Mark Hamill throws shade at Star Wars: The Force Awakens over ‘missed opportunity’ with Han Solo’s death

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Mark Hamill throws shade at Star Wars: The Force Awakens over missed opportunity
Mark Hamill had something to contend about Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Picture: Taylor Jewell/Invision/AP, File)

Mark Hamill was left unhappy with Star Wars: The Force Awakens since he felt that Han Solo’s death didn’t lift as much weight.

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During the Star Wars Celebration over the weekend, Mark suggested his clever opinion that his character, Luke Skywalker, should have been benefaction to watch his best crony – Han Solo (played by Harrison Ford) – die, along with Carrie Fisher’s Princess Leia.

When asked about how he felt that his impression didn’t reunite with Han Solo before his comfortless death at the hands of his son, Kylo Ren, he gave a flattering transparent reason because he was left disappointed.

‘When we was reading it, we suspicion if Leia’s trying to mentally hit me and she’s not successful, she’ll still rush to his [Han’s] aid,’ he said, according to Digital Spy.

Mark Hamill throws shade at Star Wars: The Force Awakens over missed opportunity
Mark Hamill got flattering genuine at the Star Wars Celebration day (Picture: Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images)
Mark Hamill throws shade at Star Wars: The Force Awakens over missed opportunity
Mark Hamill, Kelly Marie Tran, John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Rian Johnson, Kathleen Kennedy and Josh Gad attend the Star Wars: The Last Jedi row  (Picture: Gerardo Mora/Getty Images for Disney)

‘She’ll get close to him and then get into some apocalyptic conditions and then that’s when we show up for a big ‘Yay!’ save her life – and then we rush to Han and then we’re in the same position that Rey and Finn and Chewie are: too late to save him, but witnesses.’

(Think that would’ve finished us to be honest).

But while this sounds like a retaining plot, Mark was very transparent because Force Awakens didn’t utterly do Han Solo justice.

“Because it carries so much romantic inflection in to the next film,’ he said.

‘For us, his wife, his best crony to witness, instead of two characters who’d famous him what, twenty minutes?

‘I suspicion there was a good missed opportunity.’

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