Published: Wed, March 14, 2018
Culture | By Margie Dunn

Harrison Ford honors Carrie Fisher at Mark Hamill's Walk of Fame induction

Harrison Ford honors Carrie Fisher at Mark Hamill's Walk of Fame induction

The digital copy of Star Wars: The Last Jedi is available now, while the Blu-ray drops in stores March 27.

Mark Hamill's time spent in Co Kerry shooting for the Star Wars film is not his only link to the country.

Soon those fans will get a feature-length deep dive on how it was made - an intriguing proposition no matter what your opinion - when it hits home release digitally on March 13 and DVD and Blu-ray on March 27. Mark Hamill, star of the stage and screen, and known for his Star Wars role of Luke Skywalker, will be welcomed back to our shores as the inaugural International Guest of Honour.

The Hollywood Reporter reported that they are both set to appear in a new documentary about the film, which is to be directed by Anthony Wonke. At the end of the day, however, he said that "When you get down to it, it's not Mark Hamill in a blockbuster". He also wants to get more followers on Twitter than Justin Bieber.

Lucasfilm has just released the official trailer for a documentary taking us behind-the-scenes on the creation of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. But Johnson was setting out to address the feelings of disillusionment and losing one's sense of place in the world that come with being middle-aged and older.

Johnson admits that there is one catch: you'll need to link the Disney's Movies Anywhere app to watch it. His stance on The Last Jedi now is that it is a great movie and he loved the experience.

Late in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Rey is able to escape from the clutches of Kylo Ren and the First Order thanks to the famous Jedi mind trick. "And if I was just me, just a fan". Will we see an actual sex scene in a galaxy far, far away?

It wasn't long before the conversation moved from Johnson's past work on shows and movies including Looper, Breaking Bad and Terriers to talk of Star Wars.

More than 2,000 people will take part in the parade which will make its way through Dublin city centre on Saturday afternoon. As it pertained to the characterization of Luke Skywalker, it seems he did what he wanted.

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