Mark Hamill played the fans of “Star wars”
For the role of Luke Skywalker in “Star wars” mark Hamill made a drawing for fans of the epic during the filming of the video, devoted to the 40th anniversary since the release of the first part of the Saga. The actor secretly snuck into the area and suddenly appeared in front of the fans, depicting scenes from the space epic.
Video posted on the official YouTube channel of the franchise.
Fans involved in the creation of the clip was reenacting scenes from “Star wars.” At this time, Hamill sneak onto the set and suddenly appeared in front of fans.
The video was created as part of advertising campaign for the charity action Force For Change.
The first film of the space Saga called “Star wars: Episode 4 — a New hope” appeared on the screens on 25 may 1977. At the moment the series consists of seven episodes and a spin-off of “Rogue-one: Star wars. History.”