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Mark Hamill Says 'Empire Strikes Back' Is His Favorite Film In The Star Wars Franchise


Mark Hamill has starred in four of the Star Wars films and had difficultly picking his favorite of the four, says comicbook.com. Hamill told the Hollywood Reporter, "It's like, pick your favorite child. You like them all for different reasons." Eventually he said he'd have to go with 'Empire Strikes Back' "because it was so unexpected to have the protagonist be so soundly defeated." He also said that Yoda was such an "important addition to the mythology.

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