Mark Hamill once said that he wouldn't be reprising his role as Luke Skywalker in any “Star Wars” movies after his last stint in “Star Wars: Return of the Jedi” in 1983. However, the 65-year-old iconic star will be back in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” And as a teaser, fans already saw a glimpse of him at the end of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

Since the voice actor learned that he is going back to the movie franchise, he undergoes diet and training. But, 50 weeks after his intensive workout, he learned on the movie’s script that he would be just appearing at the very last scene of “Episode 7” and had no dialogue.

A different scenario for Han’s death

From here, Hamill has a lot of thoughts about “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Although he already accepted that his character, Luke, wouldn’t appear until the movie’s ending, he has complaints how the film's storyline flowed.

If only he has the power, the writer-producer has a different story in mind for Han Solo’s (Harrison Ford) death scene. He questioned why the people behind the film didn't make him appear in this particular sequence. In the movie, the famous smuggler died in the hands of his son Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) that had been witnessed by his co-pilot Chewbacca, and the new members of the Resistance Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Finn (John Boyega).

Hamill reminded the viewers that Luke and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) have the telepathic communication, which was seen in the earlier movies. Hence, he thought that his twin sister would feel that something was about to happen to Han, so she will try to contact him.

As Leia felt like she didn’t succeed connecting with Luke, she will go and rescue Han alone.

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She will fight as far as she can, and when she was about to face a dangerous scene, Luke will come out and fight with her. Then, they will both go where Ford’s character was, but it will be too late.

A scene that should have great emotional impact

Although it was the death of Han, they still somehow got reunited for a brief moment that fans will love. “[It is] one of my favorite things in the original film, when we were on the Death Star,” he revealed. He knew that their chemistry is a fun dynamic. Thus he believed that if his idea should have been what happened, then it will be far more efficient to be emotional.

For him, what important was they were there when Han took his last breath. He also believed that it would bring great impact to the avid fans of the franchise. That assumed scene, too, will carry big “personal resonance” in the upcoming “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”