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Mark Hamill Accepts Hollywood Walk of Fame Star by Dumping on Trump With Jedi Style

The Force is with him. Always.

Mark Hamill Accepts Hollywood Walk of Fame Star by Dumping on Trump With Jedi Style
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Mark Hamill, the actor who portrayed Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars franchise, is getting his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. But he's not all that thrilled about it because Donald Trump has one too.

After news broke on Wednesday that Mark Hamill, 66, will be getting a star on Hollywood's famous Walk of Fame, the Star Wars protagonist and hero expressed some reservations about the award which is coveted by most performers. His star will be officially dedicated on March 8, 2018.

Hamill, known for his humility and out-of-the-spotlight lifestyle, said that he never thought "something like this would happen."

And although his tweet did express gratitude, he used this opportunity to take an indirect jab at President Donald Trump, who received a star in 2007. Hamill said that he must "remind myself" that "someone" got a "Star" for "just one crappy reality show."


Hamill has received tons of support from fans and followers on Twitter. And he has the class to thank them for it.

Fans of Hamill's include up-and-coming Hollywood stars like Kyle Mooney.

Lady Valkyrie went to Wakana has high hopes for the future of Hamill's star. In 2016, dogs were pictured defecating on Trump's star.

This isn't the first time Hamill has gone after Trump, however. In January, following the release of author Michael Wolff's explosive book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, Hamill mocked Trump's response to the book. And it speaks for itself.

Trump's tweet:

Hamill's reply:


Hamill also remarked on his concerns to a critic over the dangers he perceives from Trump and his embattled presidency. But he did so politely and eloquently, as only a Jedi Master can.

The critic, The Dutch Texan, then basically referred to Hamill as his hero.


But in the end, fans get the last word.

May the Force be with you, Mark.