From the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a galaxy far, far away? Sebastian Stan says he has not had conversations about success Star Wars icon Hamill as Luke Skywalker, however Falcon and the Winter Soldier star does not rule out playing the iconic character you do not want [mess] up. “When Hamill reacted to Stan’s eerie resemblance to a young Luke during a joint appearance in 2017 it Good morning America, where in Star Wars veteran was asked about another actor who played the role in live-action, Hamill said that Stan is “too handsome” to play the farmboy-beaten-Jedi before he said that the Marvel star “does not need”
“I always hear absolutely about [Luke Skywalker rumors] and I’m always a little confused because I’m like it’s these conversations going on, why is no one calling me about it and having a conversation with me about it? ” MTV Asia. “Like someone I grew up on Star Wars, and for me, Empire strikes back was like one of my favorite movies. And Mark Hamill is one of the most iconic personalities, and Luke Skywalker is an iconic character, so obviously it does not sound like my choice. It does not feel like it is up to me. Whatever it needs to be, it works out, and if it includes me in any way, hey – who knows. “
Asked if he wants to play Luke Skywalker, Stan said he is “grateful” people see him in the role, and that he “always wondered what happens to Luke when it’s over. Jediens return.“
“Like where is he going, what’s going on with him? I think these questions would be very interesting,” Stan said. “And of course it’s one of those things where you are, ‘Well, you do not want to f – up that grade. You want to get the right one.’ (clay) But anyway, we’ll see. “
When Stan came back to GMA in March to promote Falk and winter soldier, Stan said he would only believe Luke Skywalker’s rumors “if Mark Hamill calls me personally to tell me he feels inclined to share this role with me.” On Twitter, Hamill reminded hopefuls that he “has nothing to say in making decisions for Lucasfilm.”
After portraying an elderly Luke in all three chapters of the studio Star Wars sequel trilogy, an outdated Hamill and body double Max Lloyd-Jones played the late twenties Luke when the character made a como appearance in the season 2 finale of Mandalorianen. Live-action Star Wars the series is currently set five years after the 1983s Jediens return.
“[Pictures online] morphed us together and I thought, ‘Oh, that’s a little spooky.’ But he’s a great actor, “Hamill said of Stan during his 2017 visit Good morning America. “People say, ‘Will you support him to be the young Luke Skywalker when they make the films?’ “I thought, ‘He does not need me.’ He’s a good actor to get it on his own, and I should not put my thumb on the scale because it’s not my choice. “It’s Disney and Lucasfilms [choice]. I do not want to cut any other potential Lukes. “
Hamill added: “But I would like to work with him. Heck, I want to play his father every day.”