Mark Hamill Teases 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Before Shoot Resumes
by Ethan Anderton
August 13, 2014
The two week hiatus that Lucasfilm announced awhile back is almost done, so it's almost time for Star Wars: Episode VII to resume production with Harrison Ford back up and hobbling around like a pirate. Following the potential tease of Luke Skywalker's robotic hand last week, seen holding J.J. Abrams' handwritten note thanking fans for their support of the Star Wars: Force for Change charity drive, this time it's the Jedi himself teasing production in London. Mark Hamill took some time to pose for a photo that doesn't really offer any hints as to what's in store for Skywalker in the sequel, but it gets us excited. Look!
Here's Mark Hamill in a Twitter photo from Bryan Fuller, outside of Pinewood Studios in London:
— Bryan Fuller (@BryanFuller) August 13, 2014
His facial hair is giving off quite the Obi-Wan Kenobi vibe, and surely someone will be able to Photoshop this image to throw a Jedi robe and lightsaber into the image for some kind of fanmade teaser poster. We still don't know the extent to which Luke Skywalker will be involved in the story, but some rumors about the plot seem to indicate that it won't be anywhere near as prominent a role as Harrison Ford (after all they had to take a break to allow his broken leg to heal). Anyway, there's probably plenty more Star Wars rumors and whatnot coming down the road, especially when production resumes. Stay tuned for more.