"It's bittersweet before my last chapter without her – she's just irreplaceable," the actor tweeted on Sunday.
Mark Hamill on Sunday participated in Twitter to remember star wars co-star Carrie Fisher before his last appearance as Luke Skywalker in the blockbuster Space Opera movie franchise.
"It's bittersweet before my eyes The last chapter without her – she is simply irreplaceable – I find comfort in the fact that she will not be replaced and would love the worldwide charisma of affection of those who loved her than they heard the news. # CarrieOnForever, "Hamill tweeted alongside photos of herself and the late actress in character as Luke and Leia Skywalker over the years.
Fisher died on December 27, 2016, a year before the release of The Last Jedi in which her character played a significant role. Both Hamill and Fisher had a serious preparation time in the eighth year of last year in the long film series.
After Fisher's death, Hamill remembered his co-star in a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter "She was a handful, but my life would have been so much trabber if she had not been my friend. "
Earlier this week, Hamill announced on Twitter that he would play his role as again Luke Skywalker one last time in the upcoming episode Episode IX the next year along with his colleague Billy Dee Williams and Fisher will appear.
It's bittersweet before my last chapter without her – she's just irreplaceable. I find comfort in the fact that she will not be replaced and would love the worldwide charisma of affection from those who loved her when they heard the news. #CarrieOnForever pic.twitter.com/7ueMqBxQwa 19659009] – Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) July 29, 2018