Mark Hamill reacts to The Mandalorian season 2 finale


The Mandalorian Season 2 spoilers follow.

Star wars legend Mark Hamill hangs over The Mandalorianseason 2 finale.

Hamill has a very unique perspective on the events of “Chapter 16: The Rescue” as he actually appears in the episode – in a very special way.

Lucasfilm has once again digitally recreated a character from young actor Max Lloyd Jones’ past serving as a voice actor for a long streak where Luke Skywalker came to pick up Grogu from Din Djarin.

This scene was particularly powerful as it offers a glimpse into Luke’s Jedi training between the fall of the Empire and the rise of the First Order.

Hamill was generally ironic on social media, tweeter Friday (December 18): “Have you seen anything good on TV lately? “

Luke Skywalker’s return wasn’t Mark Hamill’s only appearance in The Mandalorian – he also appeared in the first season.

The docu series Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian confirmed that Din Djarin’s visit to Mos Eisley’s cantina on Tatooine included an uncredited cameo of Hamill as a droid bartender.


The actor was very excited about Temuera Morrison’s return as Boba Fett, although he admitted he didn’t know how the Mandalorian bounty hunter survived Sarlacc’s Pit in The Empire Strikes Back.

This is a question that even Temuera Morrison is still grappling with … but we imagine we will find the answer in the next series. Boba Fett’s book.

The Mandalorian season 1 and season 2 are now streaming Disney +.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and the entire Skywalker saga are available on DVD, Blu Ray and 4K now, as well as on Disney +, while Rise of Skywalker is also on Sky Cinema Premiere and NOW TV.

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