Showdown on Crait, shows the process of how the idea for the foxes came to be, how the design process evolved, and how both practical and digital effects artists worked together to bring the elegant creatures to the big screen.
Famed for his role as Luke Skywalker in the franchise, Hamill, 66, has spoken fondly of his trips to Ireland in recent years to film Star Wars in Co Kerry, updating his social media accounts with pictures from his time in the country.
While the documentary offers plenty of behind-the-scenes insight, a Q&A following the premiere gave Hamill, in particular, the opportunity to dive into his thoughts and methods ahead of production for The Last Jedi. Their white, crystalline design and dog-like stature also played into the film's marketing, with the creatures being featured in nearly every trailer (though the Porgs were the actual stand-out creatures from the movie). Sound off in the comments below!
He went on to call The Last Jedi "probably the most complex Star Wars film since maybe Empire", expressing gratitude for what Johnson was able to accomplish.
Hamill said it would be great to see Stan playing a younger Luke. Our Star Wars campaign, including our films with Mark Hamill praising the beauty and people of Ireland, has been seen by over 8 million people around the world - whetting peoples' appetites to come and visit the Wild Atlantic Way and Ireland.
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In the clip, Yoda speaks in his familiar croak, calling Hamill's character "young Skywalker" as he did in the original trilogy. The film arrives March 13 on Digital HD and March 27 on Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and On-Demand.
"In the context of how this has all been framed, you have to snap your head back and remember that with every single movie, with characters, it's always a dialogue between the director and actors", Johnson said.