It looks like Mark Hamill has a lot of complaint with the turn of his role as Luke Skywalker in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” In fact, the 65-year-old actor has been throwing shades to the “Star Wars” bosses as he didn’t like how the movie’s story unfolds.

He even dared the upcoming movie’s director Rian Johnson before they started filming in an interview with ABC News. By the looks of it, he doesn’t care who will he bump into as he just wants what will make the film more scenic.

Hamill’s complains

Hamill narrated that when he read the script of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” he told Johnson that he “fundamentally disagree” with everything he does and decided with his character.

However, he quickly retracted his statement, saying that it might be a good sign as he was really wrong about “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

The voice actor once believed that fans would definitely see the obvious cheat they have made, but he admitted that he didn’t see John Williams’ implausible music and the shots of Rey (Daisy Ridley) that built up the film. "I was never happier to be wrong!" he exclaimed.

The new trailer

Moreover, Hamill was also stunned to see the latest trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Everyone, including him, was shocked on his surprising line, saying that “it’s time for the Jedi to end.” The “Corvette Summer” star admitted that he was taken aback when he read Johnson’s script, but he was definitely sure that it was for the audience to understand.

Although he was trying his best not to spill any kind of spoilers, he did, however, teased that Luke might also embrace the dark side following his nephew, Kylo Ren (Adam Driver).

A supposed-to-be mini reunion

Meanwhile, Hamill also talked about how dismayed he was with “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” “great missed opportunity.” He insisted that “Episode 7” director JJ Abrams failed to reunite Luke, Han Solo (Harrison Ford), and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) for the very last time.

Hamill believed that the undone scene should have been carried an emotional impact up to “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” He even explained that Han’s wife and best friend were the ones who supposed to see him on his last breath and not Rey and Finn (John Boyega) who he had only known for a couple of minutes. He even recalled how close they were in the fourth, fifth, and sixth episodes of "Star Wars" movie series. Unfortunately, that particular scene will never happen again as Ford’s character as Han already demised while Fisher died in December 2016.