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Not SDCC: Mark Hamill's Beard Set for Star Wars Episode 7

Written by Jude Terror on Friday, July 25 2014 and posted in News with Benefits

Not SDCC: Mark Hamill's Beard Set for Star Wars Episode 7

The actor reveals his facial hair growth on the set of the upcoming blockbuster.


Source: CosmicBookNews

Mark Hamill made an appearance in a BBC video sporting a thick beard while filming Star Wars Episode 7 in the UK. Hamill played Luke Skywalker in the original trilogy, and is set to return for Episode 7, but it is unknown what role his beard will play, though it's always possible the beard will be edited out for the Blu Ray special edition. We don't really know what else to say about this because we're not sure how a beard is news, but hey, other websites are running it and we don't want to miss out on those hits. So get to speculating on how Hamill's facial hair will make or ruin the film!






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