Mark Hamill reveals Star Wars Death Star attackers didnt wear pants

first_img I hate to say it but Porkins dying in hot pants just makes him even more of a hero.— Sephirothwolf (@Sephirothwolf) January 5, 2019 17 Photos And when a fan had a follow-up about how the actors managed not to look sweaty on stage, he added, “constant mop-downs between takes.” Constant mop-downs between takes.— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) January 5, 2019 Since when does Disney endorse military personnel serving without pants? pic.twitter.com/70xuMvNba0— 🏳️‍🌈Demonac🏳️‍🌈 (@talesddc) January 5, 2019 Comment Lego Millennium Falcon: Feast your eyes on 17 gorgeous photos I find their lack of costume disturbing…— Scott Cooper (@scotty8692) January 5, 2019 Wedgie Antilles jokes start in 3…2…1…— The Amandalorian (@JeansandaTShirt) January 5, 2019 TV and Movies @HamillHimself 😳😱🤭 pic.twitter.com/ltNqEXRRPI— Penny (@Penny_Bklyn) January 5, 2019 Share your voice You’re ruining my childhood memories!— Gian J. Quasar (@GqGian) January 5, 2019 But the news definitely made some fans view the classic 1977 film in a new hope — er, new light. “You’re ruining my childhood memories!” wrote one Twitter user.center_img pic.twitter.com/CvbngrBLkn— Danny Quimby 🎸🎤🎶 (@DannyQuimby) January 5, 2019 Mark Hamill Star Wars Damn it ..#ScarredForLife— Rob Kelly (@ImRobKelly) January 5, 2019 I’m a military photographer and haven’t been able to publish a lot of photos because our guys weren’t wearing pants. I guess some things in war never change, no matter what galaxy you’re in …— Tim Koster (@authortimkoster) January 5, 2019 Tags They were Winnie the Pooh-ing!?— Eric Goldman (@TheEricGoldman) January 5, 2019 Shorts or no shorts, Hamill will return in some fashion in Star Wars: Episode IX, due out in December. 1 The comments and jokes that resulted from Hamill’s revelation were galactically good. “I’m a military photographer and haven’t been able to publish a lot of photos because our guys weren’t wearing pants,” Twitter user Tim Koster wrote. “I guess some things in war never change, no matter what galaxy you’re in.” Because of a record heatwave in England when we filmed the original #StarWars, most of the pilots wore only the top-half of their costume, attacking the Death Star wearing shorts. #TrueStory https://t.co/RSgZRneft9— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) January 5, 2019 “I used to bullseye womprats in my Superman underoos back home.”— AJediRises (@thewarinourstar) January 5, 2019 Mark Hamill, who plays Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars saga, let slip a tidbit of movie history. Lucasfilm Ltd. In space, no one can hear you sweat.Friday, apparently, was the little-known National Trivia Day, and when asked, Star Wars star Mark Hamill had a gem of movie trivia to share. When asked on Twitter by a fan for a bit of trivia, Hamill revealed, “Because of a record heatwave in England when we filmed the original #StarWars, most of the pilots wore only the top-half of their costume, attacking the Death Star wearing shorts.” He hashtagged the tweet #truestory.last_img

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