The actor tweeted an edited photo of himself, Harrison Ford, the late Carrie Fisher, and Billy Dee Williams in Han Solo's Millennium Falcon with the caption, "#MissedOppertunities," in reference to the fact that the studio never wrote the entire group back into a scene together.
According to ComicBook.com, Some fans took it the wrong way, saying that the actor was incorrectly placing the focus on the stars of the original trilogy instead of the new one. In response, Hamill tweeted, "Saw a pic of me with Billy D, Carrison & Harrie, Posted it because I miss them. Nothing more, nothing less. I love the new cast too & didn't mean to get everyone's knickers in a twist. Maybe I should've just posted a bunch of [Avengers: Endgame] spoilers instead. Relax and have fun people.”
We know the Star Wars fanbase is incredibly devoted to the series, but we're sure Hamill was just having some fun.