An old interview with Mark Hamill from 1980 was uncovered. In the interview, Hamill claims that he and Harrison Ford kissed on the set of The Empire Strikes Back . Could SoloWalker or SkySolo have become one thing in the early 1980s when all of the Reylo conversations were conducted these days? Probably not, but the internet did not exist at that time, and so much did not become a pop culture phenomenon, although it would most likely have been the case.
The aforementioned interview with ] Mark Hamill comes from an 1980 edition of Starlog. The actor spoke of a deleted scene The Empire Strikes Back in which he and Harrison Ford spent a tender moment on the set. Luke Skywalker has been in trouble from the start and almost doesn't make it. Fortunately, Han Solo is there to save the day. Hamill had this to say about a deleted scene from the beginning of the film in 1980.
"It's like the scene where I got hurt and Harrison comes in and says: & # 39; Hey, you don't look too bad for me. In fact, you look strong enough to ripping off a Gundark's ears. & # 39; I answer, "thank you," and his line should read, "These are two you owe me, junior." But he didn't say it … He gave me one little kiss. "
The old interview was published on social media and Mark Hamill replied that he didn't want to" kiss and tell ". Obviously Hamill has fun with the old quote, although it is unclear whether Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford really kissed or not . Later in the same interview, Luke Skywalker's actor refers to Han Solo giving him a "little kiss face" at one point in the film. Maybe Hamill should kiss and tell this time.
The kissing scene in The Empire Strikes Back was mentioned when Mark Hamill talked about how fun Harrison Ford could be while they were working together. The sequel trilogy had Reylo and even a rumored romance between Finn and Poe that, according to Oscar Isaac, never got started, although it could have been. Disney would apparently not allow it, although the chemistry between the two characters was certain to be.
The Empire Strikes Back has already been a controversial one Scene, although it was not seen when the film was originally released. The scene in which Luke and Leia kiss is not well aged since we now know that they are siblings. Having Han Solo and Luke Kuss would have been stunning for Star Wars fans at the time, though it would likely never hit the big screen. You can read Mark Hamill's Twitter response to the recently unearthed interview below.
I never kiss and tell stories. 💋 https://t.co/x43HVKMib4
– Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) January 11, 2020