Mark Hamill Tells New Stories from 'Star Wars'

Published on NewsOK Modified: July 18, 2012 at 7:00 am •  Published: July 17, 2012
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You can't have a Comic-Con without countless stormtroopers, slave Leias and jedis lurking around every corner. Star Wars icon Mark Hamill attended the Con this year to promote his twisted new role in the upcoming film Sushi Girl, and nostalgically revealed to me that he thought Star Wars would end up as "a cult movie at midnight [movie theaters]."

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I talked with Hamill, now 60 years old, first about how much of a departure his role in Sushi Girl is for him: "You know, it reminded me of Reservoir Dogs, or one of those really gritty crime pictures, but at first I just couldn't conceive of myself doing it," he said. "And it's funny, because it's so grim, and I imagined [the set] being grim – and we couldn't have had more fun."

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