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Mark Hamill Gets Emotional As Yoda Is Brought To Life Again For Star Wars 8

Still of Mark Hamill from Star Wars The Force Awakens/ Courtesy to Lucasfilm

Mark Hamill Gets Emotional As Yoda Is Brought To Life Again For Star Wars 8

The Star Wars: The Last Jedi is slated to arrive on Digital HD, Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and On-Demand this month. To create hype among fans, Lucasfilm has just released a brand new behind-the-scenes clip that shows Hamill getting a bit emotional watching Frank Oz doing voice work for Yoda, the legendary Jedi Master Puppet. To recall, the legendary Jedi Master passed away in 1983’s Return of the Jedi. But, director Rian Johnson’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi featured a cameo of Yoda as a Force ghost.

Oh my God,” Hamill says in the clip while watching the Yoda puppet along with director Rian Johnson. “It’s really getting to me.”

I am still jealous he hasn’t aged a day,” Hamill tells Oz. Oz replies back telling Hamill that he’s still “beautiful.” You can check out the video clip below.

The Star Wars: The Last Jedi home release will reportedly showcase 14 deleted scenes. The bonus will also include scene breakdowns, an exploration of the mythology of the Force, and director commentary from Johnson.

Another behind-the-scenes clip that was recently released by Lucasfilm features the interactions and relationship between Leia and Poe. The clip features commentary from actors Oscar Isaac and Carrie Fisher as well as from director Rian Johnson. In the BTS clip, General Leia slaps Poe Dameron after he disobeyed orders. It was revealed that Fisher slapped Isaac 24 times to get the perfect take.

Titled ‘Creating Crystal Foxes – Showdown on Crait,’ the third bonus clip shows how visual effects artists delve into bringing the crystal foxes to the big screen.

In related news, Star Wars: The Last Jedi director has confirmed that they are going to roll out an alternate music-only version of the film. The Star Wars: The Last Jedi music-only version will have no sound effects, no dialogue or background noises and just longtime Star Wars composer John William’s score.

via: Star Wars Legacy




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