Hundreds of actors have had the opportunity to travel to a galaxy far, far away. Read about what these Star Wars actors had to say about working with the franchise's biggest stars.
The on-screen chemistry between Harrison Ford and Mark Hamill from the first frame of the original 1977 Star Wars was obvious. The actors truly loved and respected each other, so much so Hamill even got the usually grumpy Ford to bust out a few dance moves (as long as no one else was watching).
Unfortunately, it wasn’t a lovefest for all the actors involved. Which actors didn’t speak to each other once the cameras stopped rolling? Which co-star nearly brought Ford to tears during an interview with Jimmy Fallon? And, which male Resistance fighters hoped their characters would become romantic?
Mark Hamill Said Frank Oz Brought Out Miss Piggy To Relieve Tension On The ‘Empire Strikes Back’ SetPhoto: 20th Century Fox
Anthony Daniels Was Annoyed Kenny Baker Wouldn’t Ever Read The ScriptPhoto: Star Wars: A New Hope / 20th Century Fox
John Boyega And Mark Hamill Tried To Get Adam Driver To Be Less Intense On Set - They FailedPhoto: Star Wars: The Last Jedi / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Mark Hamill Said He And Harrison Ford Disco-Danced Together In His Dressing RoomPhoto: Star Wars: A New Hope / 20th Century Fox
Frank Oz Said, ‘Yoda Works… Because Of Mark [Hamill]’Photo: Star Wars: The Last Jedi / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Daisy Ridley Said She Got Off To A Bad Start With Harrison FordPhoto: Star Wars: The Force Awakens / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures