Luke Skywalker - As the first tickets for the new experience went on sale today, Madame Tussauds London released images of early work in progress of these three figures, revealing startlingly accurate, perfect clay sculptures of some of the best-loved characters in movie history. The clays will be used to make the moulds to create the figures' final wax heads and when complete the likenesses will feature in a series of atmospheric walk-in sets, inspired by iconic moments from Star Wars Episodes I-VI. at Madame Tussauds - London, United Kingdom - Thursday 5th March 2015
Oscar Isaac believes Darth Vader is such a powerful character in the 'Star Wars' films because viewers project their own fathers on to Luke Skywalker's evil dad.
Oscar Isaac sees 'Star Wars' villain Darth Vader as his own dad.
The 35-year-old actor recently finished shooting the hugely anticipated sequel in the saga, 'The Force Awakens', in which he plays Poe Dameron.
Isaac's first memory of George Lucas' sci-fi series is watching 'Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi' in the cinema and the most powerful scene for him was when Luke Skywalker takes off his father Darth Vader's black mask to see his human face before he dies.
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Original creator of the ''Star War's franchise, George Lucas has admitted to not watching the latest trailer from director J.J. Abrams.
The 70-year-old director may have created the space opera but since selling his franchise to Disney in 2012, he has yet to catch up on the newest instalment.
Referring to the promo film for 'Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens', George explained: ''I don't know anything about it. I haven't seen it yet.''
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'Star Wars' director J.J. Abrams has cast Carrie Fisher's daughter in the upcoming 'Star Wars: Episode VII' to play a younger version of her character Princess Leia.
Carrie Fisher's daughter has been cast in 'Star Wars: Episode VII'.
The 57-year-old actress reprises her role as Princess Leia in the upcoming latest instalment of the sci-fi series, which is currently being filmed at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire, southeast England.
And although her daughter Billie Lourd is a relative unknown, director J.J. Abrams is said to have chosen her to play a young version of her mother's character because of their visual similarities.
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Alex Pettyfer and Rachel Hurd-Wood have reportedly auditioned for roles as the children of Luke Skywalker and Han Solo in 'Star Wars Episode VII'.
The 23-year-old actor and the actress - who landed her first movie role in 'Peter Pan' when she was 12 - have reportedly read for roles as the children of characters from the original trilogy.
According to website Latino Review, Alex is up for the part of Luke Skywalker's son Ben Skywalker, while Rachel, 23, could play the daughter of Han Solo and his wife Princess Leia.
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The original Luke Skywalker, Mark Hamill, has confirmed he and Harrison Ford are in talks to reprise their sci-fi heroes for the new Star Wars film, revealing franchise creator George Lucas insisted the iconic characters should be killed off if the actors didn't want to be a part of Episode Vii.
Hamill reveals Lucas told him of his plans to sell Star Wars to executives at Disney, and their proposals to continue the epic movie series, before the movie mogul announced the trade last year (12).
And Lucas told his actor pal he wanted him back on screen, alongside Ford and Carrie Fisher - if he wished to be a part of the new J.J. Abrams-directed film.
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Samuel L. Jackson wants to reprise his role as Jedi Master Mace Windu in 'Star Wars Episode 7' and is ''geeked'' that Disney is creating three more films.
Samuel L. Jackson is keen to star in 'Star Wars Episode 7'.
The 63-year-old actor played Jedi Master Mace Windu in original director George Lucas's three prequels and has revealed he is ''geeked'' about there being more installments as there is a chance for his character - who was sent plunging to his death out of a chamber window by Senator Palpatine in 'Revenge of the Sith' - to make a dramatic return in the Disney sequels.
Speaking from the Spike TV Video Game Awards in Culver City, California, on Friday (07.12.12), Samuel told E! News: ''[I'm] totally geeked by the idea of there being more 'Star Wars'. It's like, okay, Obi-Wan was dead when episode four started, so maybe everyone thinks I'm dead and we'll find out what happened to Mace Windu.
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'Toy Story 3' writer Michael Arndt is said to have already scripted the new 'Star Wars' trilogy for which former director George Lucas could serve as creative consultant.
Michael Arndt has reportedly already penned the new 'Star Wars' trilogy.
The 'Toy Story 3' writer was hired by LucasFilm to ''put together ideas to take the franchise forward'' before Disney bought the company in October for $4.05 billion, and is now apparently ''in line'' to work on the script for 'Episode VII'.
The franchise's former director George Lucas is said to be creative consultant for the features, but will not have an active role in the production stages, according to Deadline.com.
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Star Wars star Mark Hamill has a warehouse filled with Luke Skywalker memorabilia, after insisting on a clause in his contract when he took on the role.
Hamill insisted on being sent one piece of every item of merchandise inspired by his character - a decision he now regrets.
He tells British radio station Heart, "I've been an electric toothbrush and I think there's a Luke Skywalker asthma inhaler that was released in Australia.
"In my contract I asked to get one of everything that's made famous last words. I thought that I didn't want to have go out and buy the soundtrack and buy the t-shirt so they agreed.
"Now we have a warehouse where we store everything and my son archives it, but it's a lot more than we ever anticipated."
STAR WARS' star Mark Hamill was thrilled by his son NATHAN's cameo appearance in EPISODE I: THE PHANTOM MENACE.
Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in the original GEORGE LUCAS sci-fi trilogy, was surprised that his 25-year-old son wanted to appear in the 1999 blockbuster.
Hamill says, "It wasn't about the fact that he was in it or there he was or how big the part was. He asked me, 'Do you think I could do that?'
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Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker opposite Fisher's PRINCESS LEIA, was "very close" to the actress, yet didn't know she was battling an addiction to cocaine when the blockbuster movies were filmed in the late '70s and early '80s.
He says, "When she came out with that, it was news to me.
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