Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill share a lovely post-tournament friendship star Wars together. The two had a sibling-like relationship until the day Fisher tragically passed away.
But despite the platonic nature of their relationship, there was a point where Hamill admits that they were drawn to each other.
Hamill said that if he had an affair with her, it would be “too much” for him. Keep reading to find out why.
Mark Hamill says he and Carrie Fisher were “drawn” to each other
According to Hamill in an interview with Watchman, He and Fisher were at one point “attracted” to each other.
“Carrie and I were both attracted to each other, but I knew from past posts that it would be a bad idea [to get involved with someone on set]Hamill said.
However, even though Hamill knew it wouldn’t be a good idea to engage with a co-star, they had a make-up session at some point to get their feelings “out of their system”.
“But Carrie and I found excuses,” Hamill spilled. “I remember one time we were talking about kissing techniques. I said,“ Well, I think I kiss pretty well, and I would like to let women come to me instead of being aggressive. She said: What do you mean? Well the next thing you know, we’re coming out like teenagers! “
Mark Hamill said Carrie Fisher was “too much” to him “in all respects”
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After Fisher’s death, Hamill praised his co-star and good friend by saying it was “too much” for him.
He said, “It can make you feel like the most important person in the world.” “I mean, if I had had a relationship with her, it would have been a full-time activity because she was too much for me in all respects: She was so creative, she was so smart. She was only the best.”
And although they never engaged in a romantic relationship, Fisher had an affair with Harrison Ford behind the scenes.
When asked if Hamill was aware of the Ford and Fisher case, he claimed that he “had no idea”.
Marcia [Lucas, Star Wars’ editor and George Lucas’s then wife] He told me after we finished filming, “He told the Guardian.” I’m glad I didn’t know before, because it might have really affected me. By the time I found out, I thought it was funny. But you know men – even if we don’t want a relationship, it’s only our nature to compete for affection, “he says.
Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher loved pranks on each other
Before Fisher’s death, she and Hamel had been fighting wars on Twitter, where they would fight each other to see who could get the most followers first. to me ABC NewsHamill tweeted about the leak exclusively star Wars Screenshots to get more followers.
“I felt bad.” Speaking of the number of followers he was getting, Hamill said, “I was really earning. So, in an effort to beat their score, he said, “I e-mailed her, and I said, ‘Hey Carrie you want to blow up the internet? “… we have never seen wax figures in Madame Tussauds.”
He planned to go with Fisher to take pictures with their waxed shapes, but Fisher never responded to his email request.
“After three or four days, over there in Madame Tussauds posing with my character, pretending with her character, and I said, ‘What !? “I was angry,” he said.
“I went to the studio the next day,” he continues [and went right to her trailer]. I said: Carrie, what have you done !? It was like … you put the party up, you didn’t invite me! “
“I loved it so much,” adds Hamill. “She made everything interesting.”
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