Warwick Davis is eager to be part of the new 'Star Wars' film and plans to ''drop hints'' to producer Kathleen Kennedy.
Warwick Davis wants to play a villain in the new 'Star Wars' film.
The diminutive actor - who played Ewok, Wicket, in 1983's 'Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi' and had three small roles in 2001's 'Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace' - would love to star in Disney's upcoming 'Star Wars Episode VII' and plans to ''drop hints'' to producer Kathleen Kennedy, who is overseeing the much anticipated sci-fi film.
He explained: ''You have to drop hints. I don't know whose ear to drop them in any more, but I think Kathleen Kennedy's quite a good start.
''I'd love to do it and the fact they're filming in England makes it much easier. I just think it would be wonderful to be connected to all three trilogies.''
Having already played various good-natured characters in the 'Star Wars' universe, the actor is keen to cross over to the dark side in the new trilogy.
He told Empire magazine: ''A villain would be nice. Some sort of villainous character with a lightsaber. I'd enjoy that.''
The first film in the new trilogy is set for release in 2015.
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