Mark Hamill, known for his role as iconic Star Wars character Luke Skywalker, revealed this week that the Jedi Master – at least according to his own imagination – did not die a virgin.
The 67-year history The former actor responded to a question posted on Twitter the day after the Star Wars Celebration fan experience in Chicago. He told the fans that the story of the hero was in their hands.
"Make Your Own Background Story," Hamill wrote. "It's indefinite, but in the one I made for him, the answer is no."
Hamill's response led fans of the space opera to abate, many of whom mention Mara Jade, a Legends series figure in the expanded universe of "Star Wars" media such as books and video games. In these stories, Jade and Skywalker are finally married and have a son, Ben Skywalker.
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However, the EU was considered non-canonical or no longer part of official history. when The Walt Disney Company bought Lucasfilm for $ 4.05 billion in 201
But many of the "Star Wars" fans seemed to follow Hamill's advice and left it to their liking.