Mark Hamill, known for his role as iconic "Star Wars" character Luke Skywalker, revealed this week that the Jedi Master did not die a virgin, at least according to his own imagination.
The 67-year-old actor was responding to a question asked on Twitter one day after the experience of Star Wars Celebration fans concluded in Chicago, and he told fans that the story of the hero was in his hands.
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"Invent your own background story," Hamill wrote. "It's indeterminate, but in what I did for him, the answer is: no."
Hamill's response led space opera fans to sound, many of them mentioning Mara Jade, a character from the Legends series in the Expanded Universe (EU) of "Star Wars" media, such as books and video games. In these stories, Jade and Skywalker finally got married and have a son, Ben Skywalker.
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However, the EU was considered non-canonical, or is no longer part of the official history, when The Walt Disney Company bought Lucasfilm for $ 4.05 billion in 2012. In other words, Luke was single again.
But many of the "Star Wars" fans seemed to follow Hamill's advice, leaving him to match his imagination.