“Now I've finally met my mother!”



Star Wars icon Mark Hamill delighted fans when he posed with his on-screen mother Natalie Portman at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday.

The 72-year-old actor, who played Jedi Luke Skywalker in six Star Wars films, joked that he finally met his “mum” when he met Portman, 42, backstage – who played Queen Padmé Amidala, the mother of Luke and Princess Leia. In the movie The Three Stars. Introductions to wars.

Hamill looked dapper in a black velvet jacket, shirt and tie, while Portman – who was nominated in the Best Actress – Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical category in May – looked dapper in a sparkling sequin dress.

Mark first appeared on screens as Luke Skywalker in the original 1977 film, before reprising his roles in five more films; 1980 The Empire Strikes Back, 1883 Return of the Jedi, 2015 The Force Awakens, 2017 The Last Jedi, last starring in 2019 as the character in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

Portman was just a teenager when the first part of the trilogy, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, hit cinemas in 1999, with the sequels Attack of the Clones and The Revenge of the Sith released later.

Star Wars star Mark Hamill delighted fans when he posed with his on-screen mother Natalie Portman at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday.
Mark first appeared on screens as Luke Skywalker in the original 1977 film A New Hope, before reprising his roles in five more films (pictured with Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia and Harrison Ford as Han Solo).
Portman was just a teenager when the first part of the trilogy, Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, hit theaters in 1999, with sequels Attack of the Clones and The Revenge of the Sith released later.

She starred alongside Hayden Christensen who played her doomed love, Anakin Skywalker, who would fall to the dark side and become Darth Vader.

Unlike their legendary predecessors, the previous films were harshly panned by critics and fans alike, having failed to live up to expectations.

It was also to be made poor use of CGI and of the comic's unlikeable alien, Jar Jar Binks.

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Although the films were panned, the backlash did not affect Natalie's career, as the Hollywood star went on to appear in a number of successful films including Black Swan, Thor, Jackie and Vox Lux.

Hamill revealed last year that he saw “no reason” to play Luke Skywalker again, but remains open to returning to the role during an interview with CBS Sunday Morning.

The star spoke with CBS News Sunday Morning correspondent Tracy Smith, saying, “I've had my time, which is good,” Hamill said of playing the empowered hero. “But that's enough.”

Smith asked: “So, even though you said you wouldn’t come back, there’s always a chance you can come back?”

“Well, never say never. I just don't see any reason for that. “Let me put it this way: I mean they have so many stories to tell, they don't need Luke anymore,” Hamill replied.

She starred alongside Hayden Christensen who played her ill-fated love, Anakin Skywalker, who fell to the dark side and became Darth Vader.
Hamill revealed last year that he saw no “reason” to portray Luke Skywalker again, but remains open to returning to the role (pictured in 1977).

“You know a lot of people would argue, 'They always need Luke,'” Smith said, prompting Hamill to laugh.

Smith also asked if he accepted being forever associated with the name Luke Skywalker.

'Yes. Well, I don't care, Hamill said. “I mean, the truth of the matter is, I never expected to be remembered for anything. I just wanted to make a living doing what I loved. And I thought, 'Well, it could be worse.' I could be known as the best actor to ever play Adolf Hitler, you know? At least Luke is an impressive fellow!

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