Video shot before the Star Tours ride kicked off shows the operator announcing a surprise visitor before introducing the Luke Skywalker actor to guests. The captain did mention something about a special passenger.
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As the employees eyebrows went up, he continued, "Oh, and the Force is strong with this one". Judging by the guy in the doorway who was shooting Hamill's appearance, it's possible we may see clearer footage of this visit elsewhere soon, like on the Star Wars social media channels. The first time I came here I was a little kid and I used to daydream about someday working at Disneyland. Meanwhile, Hamill - who has reprised the role of Luke for the much-anticipated "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" - recently admitted he feels "possessive" about his most famous character.
Hamill confessed: "That's the hard part". That's what they think of Luke?
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He then stepped entirely into the ride and joked: "Wait a minute, there's no Star Wars fans here, right?" Hamill just wanted to say a quick hello before sending guests on their journey, but fans could barely contain their excitement upon seeing the original "Star Wars" actor in the flesh.
After more than three decades of being away from the Star Wars franchise, Mark Hamill returned to the galaxy far, far away with Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford and other Original Trilogy stars for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
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