Luke Skywalker is one of the many iconic sci-fi characters in cinematic story – and Mark Hamill has just suggested what could be the first snap of the Star Wars hero ever taken.
The photo, which shows Mark on set in the Tunisian desert, was taken on the first day of filming on Mar 22 1976.
As cameras prepared to roll, unknowingly about to film one of the many iconic cinema ever, a organisation member snapped Mark in his white robes and he’s kept the photo ever since.
Posting the snap on Twitter for the first time, Mark wrote: ‘Taken in Tunisia early morning Day #1 watchful for my 1st shot (emerging from home for robot auction) – maybe the very 1st #LukePic.’
Responding to the snap, one fan asked either Mark, who was then 24, knew the film was going to be a outrageous success or if he feared that it would tank.
He responded: ‘Judging by my clueless expression, substantially both. Crew was kind but suspicion #SW was ‘rubbish’ – we kept revelation them we’re onto a winner!’
Of course, he was right – with the film going on to sum $775 worldwide and rising the many iconic film series in history.
He’ll play that famous role once some-more when Star Wars: The Last Jedi hits cinemas on Dec 15.
We can’t wait.
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