Although both Mark Hamill and Harrison Ford have their own stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, their former Star Wars co-star, Carrie Fisher, did not get a chance to receive the honor before she passed away in 2016.


Now, Hamill is rallying for Fisher to get a posthumous ​star, and is asking fans via social media to help out.


On Oct. 8, the Luke Skywalker actor responded to a fan on Twitter asking who to contact to get the late Leia Organa actress a star on the prestigious street. "Carrie WILL get her well-deserved Star on the Walk of Fame, it's only a matter of when," Hamill wrote in response.

"The rule is a 5-year wait when awarded posthumously. A letter to the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce wouldn't hurt, urging them to time it to the release of #EpIX," the actor continued, adding the hashtag "#AlwaysWithUs."


Fisher died on Dec. 27, 2016 at the age of 60. Just days after her passing, a fan ​created their own Hollywood star for the actress, which read, "Carrie Fisher. May the Force be with you always. Hope." Hamill ​received his star this past March, and at the ceremony, he and Ford spoke of Fisher's legacy and how much they missed her.


Many fans have replied to Hamill's tweet, agreeing to write letters and expressing their shock that Fisher doesn't have a star already.

​​We'll be able to see Fisher again in Star Wars: Episode IX, as director JJ Abrams has decided to include ​unused footage of her from The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi in the film. The next installment hits theaters Dec. 20, 2019.