Actor Mark Hamill is probably best known for his work as Luke Skywalker in a galaxy far, far away.
The Star Wars alum took to Twitter earlier this week to reveal that he kept a few things while he was filming, leading to a serious memorabilia collection.
Mark Hamill Reveals What He Kept While Filming Star Wars
More things I kept from #SW:
— Mark Hamill (@MarkHamill) July 22, 2022
The first thing Mark Hamill said he kept was the Stormtrooper helmet that he wore while rescuing Princess Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) in 1977’s “A New Hope,” the first film in the Skywalker Saga. Hamill joked #I_Can’tSeeAThingInThisHelmet.
— Mark Hamill (@MarkHamill) July 24, 2022
He also kept some things while he was filming 1983’s “Return of the Jedi” for his son, Nathan Hamill. He posted an adorable photo of a young Nathan wearing C-3PO’s hands and feet. He added the hashtag #DroidDressings.
Rumor has it that Anthony Daniels, who has played C-3PO for all his film appearances, has also kept his fair share of C-3PO parts from his time on set!
More things I kept from #SW_ROTJ:
— Mark Hamill (@MarkHamill) July 25, 2022
Apparently, he also kept one of the prop frogs that Jabba the Hutt ate in “Return of the Jedi.” Mark added the hashtag #JabbaSnacks to this post, although plenty of fans want to know what he actually did with the frog!
Another thing I kept from #SW:
1 Imperial Death Star Employee’s cap#OneSizeFitsAll
4/4-end (or IS it?) pic.twitter.com/Ah6D544d1s
— Mark Hamill (@MarkHamill) July 26, 2022
Another thing that Mark said that he kept from filming was an Imperial Death Star employee’s hat, teasing #OneSizeFitsAll. He seems to be done posting things that he’s taken from set, writing, “4/4-end (or IS it?).”
Fans would love to see what he’s probably taken from his time on the Star Wars sequel trilogy! This posting spree probably came about because he revealed the most expensive item he took home from the set in late June.
Fans Are Still Wondering If Mark Kept A Lightsaber!
I should have kept mine. https://t.co/Bc9V7Gcd1l
— Mark Hamill (@MarkHamill) June 22, 2022
It started on June 21, when The Hollywood Reporter shared the news that a Star Wars X-Wing Fighter model used in 1977’s “A New Hope” sold for $2.3 million dollars at an auction.
The following day, Mark Hamill tweeted, “I should have kept mine.”
What’s the most valuable thing you’ve kept? Surely a lightsaber?
— Rupert Myers (@RupertMyers) June 22, 2022
Correspondent Rupert Myers then asked, “What’s the most valuable thing you’ve ever kept? Surely a lightsaber?”
My boots from the very 1st film. Don’t know their value because I’d never sell them. https://t.co/s2PznV5bED
— Mark Hamill (@MarkHamill) June 24, 2022
Instead of a lightsaber, Mark revealed that he kept a pair of boots from “A New Hope,” writing, “My boots from the very 1st film. Don’t know their value because I’d never sell them.” Many fans wondered if they still fit!
What Did Adam Driver Keep From The Star Wars Sequel Trilogy?
Although Mark is best known for playing Jedi Luke Skywalker throughout the series, Adam Driver played his nephew, Ben Solo, throughout the Star Wars sequel trilogy.
Ben Solo had turned to the dark side by the time the sequel trilogy kicked off with 2015’s “The Force Awakens,” so some fans probably know him better by the name Kylo Ren, although he was redeemed by 2019’s “The Rise of Skywalker,” which wrapped up the nine-episode Skywalker Saga.
In a 2021 interview, Adam Driver confessed that he had taken “lots of stuff” over the course of the three films, including two helmets and a lightsaber. “I wear my helmets when I drive, just to confuse people,” he joked.
Last November, he also took part in the Ridley Scott drama “House of Gucci” alongside Lady Gaga, Jeremy Irons, Jared Leto, and Al Pacino.
The “Marriage Story” actor revealed that he took a pair of Gucci shoes from the set and considered swiping a belt, but later decided against it.
“I thought I could pull them off,” Driver admitted. “But then, when you get back to reality, you’re like, ‘Oh, I’m not wearing these.’”