Actor Mark Hamill said he would have liked to have made a change to the script of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" giving Luke Skywalker a final scene with Han Solo. The 65-year-old actor, who portrays the Jedi Knight in the sci-fi franchise, said he wishes Luke came to the rescue and saved Han (Harrison Ford) before his on-screen son Kylo Ren kills him, according to The Hollywod Reporter. "When I was reading it, I thought if Leia is trying to mentally contact me and she is unsuccessful, she'll rush to his (Han's) aid and get into some dire situation, and that's when I show up," Hamill said. "I save her life, and then we rush to Han, and then we are in the same position that Rey and Finn and Chewie are - too late to save him, but witnesses," he added. Hamill called it, in his opinion, a "missed opportunity," but added he has a lot of "terrible ideas"; he just likes to share them in case there is something the filmmakers like.
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