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Star Wars & Mark Hamill Support John Boyega After He Gives Passionate Protest Speech

John Boyega was worried that he might be out of a job after giving a passionate speech during a protest in Hyde Park in London on Wednesday (June 3) – however, it looks like he has nothing to worry about.

His Star Wars family is standing by him and the Black Lives Matter movement with supportive social media posts.

“We stand with and support you, @johnboyega,” the Star Wars franchise shared on Instagram, along with a clip of his speech.

Mark Hamill also shared his support of John, sharing the speech with his own followers on Twitter.

“Never been more proud of you, John. @JohnBoyega ❤️, dad,” he wrote.

If you haven’t seen John‘s full speech, watch it on JustJared.com now!

You can see 10+ pictures inside of John Boyega at the protest…

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Mark Hamill Had To Keep The 'I Am Your Father' Scene A Secret For Over a Year

Mark Hamill is opening up about one of the biggest scenes from Star Wars – the “I Am Your Father” scene.

The actor, who famously played Luke Skywalker in the movie franchise, revealed that the entire cast was kept in the dark about that infamous scene.

The revelation came after a fan tweeted about the scene, and called it “one of the best moments from #StarWars & @HamillHimself’s acting is so brilliant during this.”

“I would’ve also liked to have seen the cast/crew’s reaction when they first heard about this epic plot twist,” the fan added.

Mark replied to the note, and that’s when he shared that no one but him, director Irvin Kershner and George Lucas knew about the line.

“The cast & crew first learned of it when they saw the finished film. When we shot it, Vader’s line was ‘You don’t know the truth, Obi-Wan killed your father.’ Only [director] Irvin Kershner, [creator] George Lucas & I knew what would be dubbed in later. Agony keeping that secret for over a year!”

If you missed it, this one star revealed that they would give anything to be in a Star Wars project, even if it was just a stormtropper.

Mark Hamill Says Farewell to 'Star Wars' in Touching Letter to Fans

Mark Hamill is saying goodbye to Star Wars.

In a letter featured in The Skywalker Saga boxed set, the 68-year-old actor marks the end of Luke Skywalker’s story in the saga and looks back at his audition with Harrison Ford and the late Carrie Fisher from 40 years ago.

“What an extraordinary journey it’s been,” Mark wrote. “Back in 1976 when Carrie, Harrison, and I were testing for our roles in what was then called ‘The Adeventures of Luke Starkiller, as taken from the Journal of the Whills, Saga I: The Star Wars,’ there’s no way we could have known what an incredibly rich and imaginative set of adventures this obscure little space move would launch inspiring eight more chapters to tell the entire Skywalker story.”

Mark continued: “I am deeply thankful for your continued enthusiasm and dedication to George’s faraway galaxy, which will continue to grow with new storytellers building an even bigger galaxy filled with heroes, villains, action, romance, and, of course, the Force. May the Force bbe with you…always.”

You can read Mark Hamill‘s entire statement below.

Celebrities React to Terrence McNally's Death Due to Coronavirus - See Tweets

Tons of stars are speaking out to honor Terrence McNally following his death.

The famed playwright and four-time Tony Award winner has sadly passed away at age 81 due to coronavirus (COVID-19) complications.

Broadway star Audra McDonald tweeted, “My dear sweet brilliant kind Terrence. The world is not nearly as sweet of a place without you in it. My heart is breaking yet again.”

Star Wars actor Mark Hamill added, “‘A lot of people stop learning in life and that’s their tragedy.’- Terrence McNally, one of the most brilliant and prolific playwrights… EVER. #RIP.”

See how more celebrities are paying their respects below, and find out every celeb who has tested positive for coronavirus.

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Mark Hamill Quits Facebook Due to Political Ad Policy

Mark Hamill is done with Facebook.

The 68-year-old Star Wars actor recently took to Twitter to explain his decision to fans.

“So disappointed that #MarkZuckerberg values profit more than truthfulness that I’ve decided to delete my @Facebook account,” Mark Hamill wrote.

He added, “I know this is a big ‘Who Cares?’ for the world at large, but I’ll sleep better at night. #PatriotismOverProfits 🇲🇾>💰.”

“In the absence of regulation, Facebook and other companies are left to design their own policies,” Facebook’s director of product management, Rob Leathern, said in a blog post. “We have based ours on the principle that people should be able to hear from those who wish to lead them, warts and all, and that what they say should be scrutinized and debated in public.”

READ MORE: Mark Hamill Reveals His ‘Star Wars’ Instagram Filter Result

Mark Hamill Reveals His 'Star Wars' Instagram Filter Result

Mark Hamill is sharing the results he got after trying out the viral Star Wars Instagram filter.

The 68-year-old Star Wars actor got Luke Skywalker – whom he plays in the films – but it took him a few tries!

“What are the chances I would get THIS guy? Never tell me the odds…..” Mark captioned the video, adding as a hashtag, “It Actually Took Me More Than 20 Tries.”

The filter chooses which Star Wars character the user most resembles. (If you missed it, see who Robin Williams‘ daughter Zelda got while testing out the Disney character filter.)

Watch below!

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READ MORE: Mark Hamill Corrects ‘SNL’ Joke About ‘Star Wars’ Incest

Mark Hamill Corrects 'SNL' Joke About 'Star Wars' Incest

There was a joke on Eddie Murphy‘s episode of Saturday Night Live during the Weekend Update segment, where Michael Che referenced Luke and Leia’s relationship.

Luke and Leia, in the Star Wars movies, didn’t realize they were related in the movies and their relationship was originally romantic in nature.

Michael‘s joke referenced the same-sex kiss in The Rise of Skywalker, and he added that kiss was “pretty tame considering the first movie had incest.”

Mark tweeted about the joke, “SNL Weekend Update- ‘The new #StarWars surprised fans by featuring a gay kiss-which seems pretty tame considering the 1st movie had incest’ WRONG! Since Luke & Leia were totally unaware that they were related in any way whatsoever-what they did [wasn't] actually #Innocestuous”