'Star Wars' Actor Anthony Daniels Says Luke Skywalker Hasn't Aged Well

Dustin Wicksell

Star Wars actor Anthony Daniels is once again making waves, speaking about his co-stars in a new interview and singling out Mark Hamill as someone who hasn't aged well.

Daniels spoke with the Daily Mirror recently as part of the lead-up to the newest Star Wars film, The Force Awakens. Like many of his co-stars, Daniels returns to his iconic role for the newest film, yet as the interview notes, only he and R2-D2 actor Kenny Baker have appeared in all six previous Star Wars installments.

— Yahoo POP (@yahooPOP) September 22, 2015

"I thought the first read-through would be a nightmare, but it was gorgeous. It was as though we had just walked off the set of Episode VI (1983's Return of the Jedi) and into Episode VII."

— Ŧamara (@tam1i) September 22, 2015

"Harrison was just brilliant, he just made me smile -- I'm smiling at the memory. He's 72 but still got the charm, the charisma. He's had some bad times -- first his ankle and then the plane. But he's back on good form.

"What is funny is C-3PO looks the same -- Harrison, Carrie and Mark... not so much... Poor Mark. He was a young lovely looking lad when he was first Luke Skywalker and now... well..."

"What is funny is C-3PO looks the same -- Harrison, Carrie and Mark... not so much... Poor Mark. He was a young lovely looking lad when he was first Luke Skywalker and now... well..."

— Laura S (@laura_sampson6) September 20, 2015

"He's not actually on the set. I haven't seen him for years. His name is on the credits as a sort of... I don't know, a good luck charm, a courtesy. He's a talisman."

Baker's representatives, meanwhile, assert that he is very much involved in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, despite Anthony Daniels' claim to the contrary.

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