Mark Hamill potentially spoils something while tweeting about not spoiling something
Mark Hamill is clearly good at keeping secrets (unlike his Star Wars Universe friend Pedro Pascal), but actor Luke Skywalker was right on the verge of a spoiler in his latest tweet.
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"The fact that we were able to keep my stake a secret for over a year with no leaks is nothing short of a miracle," Hamill tweeted on Saturday. “A real triumph for spoiler haters everywhere! #LooseLipsSinkStarships #STFU ”The tweet was a continuation of a more cryptic one he posted on Friday:“ Have you seen anything good on TV lately? ”
Out of context, Hamill could talk about anything here. He could have been the surprise at the upcoming Bachelorette finals or a new member of Joe Biden's cabinet. But of course that's not the case, and Hamill is referring to his computerized appearance in the season two finale of The Mandalorian.
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If you've made it this far and aren't a Mandalorian viewer or internet scroller, here's the essentials: Hamill appeared in the final minutes of the Mandalorian season finale that fell on Disney + on Friday. He was digitally aged to appear as Luke Skywalker just a few years after the Jedi returned. After a tearful farewell, the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal) gave up the guardianship of the child (a.k.a. Grogu) and sent him off with Hamill's Jedi to be trained to use his gifts. It wasn't the only potential spoiler that emerged from Friday's episode, but it certainly was the biggest shock.
Of course, Hamill didn't reveal anything explicitly - and technically he gave more than 24 hours for superfans to watch the episode - but it questions what a reasonable timeline for spoiler discussions is. This is something that we are talking about here at The A.V. Club as we want to give people a place where they can discuss their thoughts about something without ruining it for others. Sometimes we may be overly cautious, sometimes we may have been too bold. And when it comes to streaming, things get even more complicated.
Excuse me while we curl up in a ball and think about our spoiler policy ...
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