So the question is, when did Lucas tell Hamill this?
As reported in Entertainment, Mark Hamill explains to the hosts, "When I got my chance to talk to them, I said "Your Highness, I would like to make a case for myself".
Fans of the hit franchise where left confused and shocked when Leia somehow managed to use the Force in "The Last Jedi" to save herself from certain death, despite never showing any signs of being able to use it in the original trilogy.
So not only was Luke supposed to die at very end of the Skywalker saga, but he was going to train Leia to be a Jedi. Kurtz revealed that Lucas originally didn't want Hamill's Luke and Carrie Fisher's Leia to be siblings, with the "you're definitely not related" reveal coming in the sixth movie (Return of the Jedi).
Mark Hamill has revealed George Lucas" intentions for his "Star Wars' alter-ego.
There were, however, 3rd party vendors selling Star Wars: The Last Jedi on Amazon for a lot more than the MSRP, and you could even pre-order the exclusive Best Buy Steel Book edition. Or was it decades before, when Lucas had the grand idea for 12 movies?
Movie YouTube channel Screen Junkies has now released the latest "Honest Trailer" video and this time they take a crack at the polarizing movie called Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Hamill also won't say if he's in the actual Episode IX, which is being co-written and directed by J.J. Abrams.
This image released by Lucasfilm shows Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars: The Last Jedi", in theaters on December 15.
The Force Awakens director J.J.