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PopWrapped | Celebrities

Mark Hamill Encourages Girls To Cosplay As Luke Skywalker

Rain Varela | PopWrapped Author

Rain Varela

Updated 06/24/2016 12:23pm
Mark Hamill Encourages Girls To Cosplay As Luke Skywalker
Media Courtesy of www.leadstories.com

Always listen to a Jedi Master! Aside from being cool, they really do impart good wisdom.

And when it comes to Jedis, you really can't go any further up than Mark Hamill a.k.a Luke Skywalker, the real "chosen one" and the hero of the original trilogy.

Recently, the 64-year old star was asked by a female fan on Twitter whether it was alright for her to dress up as Luke Skywalker for comic-con.

https://twitter.com/Joltinjessica/status/742838967012315137

Hamill responded using Master Yoda's manner of talking to hone the point. "Gender matters not when you're rocking the Force like you are, baby!" he wrote.

https://twitter.com/HamillHimself/status/742843526938034176

It was a brilliant idea to use Yoda's form of speaking; after all he is the considered the wisest of all the Jedis. To top it off, he used the hashtag #FantasticallyForcefulFemme, and in reference to the fan's  name, #JoltinJediJessica.

Mark Hamill is known for having a very active twitter account, which he uses to interact with his fans. So far he has amassed an impressive 1.15 million followers.

Last December, Hamill made headlines when he used his social media to help fans who may have been ripped off by buying merchandise that had a fake signature of his on it.

"I'm so sorry there's so many fans spending their hard-earned money for fraudulent signatures," he tweeted out.

https://twitter.com/HamillHimself/status/681256044975144960

This was in response to a fan who posted a picture on Twitter of a poster that allegedly had Hamill's signature on it. The fan asked the Star Wars actor whether that signature was his, to which Hamill replied in the same tweet, "In a word-no!".

He even went on to post a picture of a real signature and urged his fans to memorize it so that they won't be fooled.

https://twitter.com/HamillHimself/status/681307571861364736

Wise and good, this Mark Hamill is.

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