There’s still no trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi but Disney Shareholders got to see the first public footage anywhere on Wednesday and, in it, Luke Skywalker finally spoke.
When writer Matt Oswalt pointed out that president-elect Donald Trump’s recent New Year’s Eve tweet sounded like something the Joker would say, the Joker rose to the occasion.
It’s one of the most famous comic books of all time, and now we have our first look at the upcoming adaptation of Alan Moore’s The Killing Joke, starring Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill.
It’s good to see Mark Hamill’s still enjoying all the silly encounters with fans and he’s ready to fool around.
It’s a factoid years old that when Luke emerges from his X-Wing after the Battle of Yavin in A New Hope, the over-excited Mark Hamill accidentally cries “Carrie!” rather than “Leia!” when Carrie Fisher’s Princess comes running into his arms. But did he really? Not according to Luke Skywalker himself.
Is it weird that it sounds like the Joker's voice is more "right" than Luke's?
To tell the truth, the best thing in this clip by Nerdist is not necessarily the fan moments (that Patton Oswalt scene though...), but Mark Hamill himself, who still looks super cool and totally ready to put the robe back on. He's here to show some of his favorite Star Wars fan moments, all leading up to a contest.
The two lead voice actors from this year's Batman: Arkham City ripped the Spike Video Game Awards on Twitter last night. They both lost in their respective categories, but, they said, that's not why they'e complaining.
Arkham City is pretty damn special, so the fact it's out this week is good news. That good news has been tempered with a little sadness, though, as it could be the last time we'll ever hear Mark Hamill lend his voice to The Joker.
The struggle between madness and sanity continues in DC Universe Online, with Mark Hamill voicing the Joker and Kevin Conroy reprising his role as Batman, headlining an all-star cast that includes Adam Baldwin and Gina Torres of Firefly fame.
Okay, Mark Hamill isn't just Luke Skywalker, star of Star Wars. He's also Luke Skywalker, star of Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
Star Wars made actor Mark Hamill famous. And while he turned in strong performances in films such as Sam Fuller's war opus The Big Red One, he was never quite able to move out of the shadow of Luke Skywalker.
The first twenty minutes of Batman: Arkham Asylum say a lot about the game: we've got the voice cast of the 90s cartoon, action-stealth gameplay and the writer that brought us episodes of Animaniacs and Lost.
Fresh word from the GameStop expo in Las Vegas is that Mark Hamill, voice of the Joker in Batman: The Animated Series and face of Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, will have a starring role in the upcoming Batman: Arkham Asylum video game. The role? The Joker, naturally. Hamill will bring his finely tuned maniacal giggle…