Star Wars legend Mark Hamill used some Jedi-level shade on Twitter this week against his friend and co-star John Boyega.
ComicBook.com reports that the 68-year-old actor first started his series of tweets by making fun of Donald Trump and his Rocky-themed photo. He then directed his Force at Boyega, who admitted last week that he was the one who lost his Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker script, which resulted in it being stolen and put up for sale on eBay.
Hamill jokingly posted in a reply to Boyega:
"Son- I only posted this to distract from the story of someone who moved apartments after leaving a #StarWars script under their bed. It was later sold on Ebay. What kind of halfwit would do that?!! I'll DM you when they find the bonehead who would do such a thing.- dad."
If you didn’t hear the juicy gossip from a galaxy far far away, The Rise of Skywalker director J.J. Abrams revealed last week that people at Disney had spotted, and subsequently purchased, a lost script off of eBay. Abrams didn’t say who was responsible, but Boyega, who plays Finn in the saga, owned up to the massive fumble a few days later.
Though no harm came from the mistake, Boyega does deserve a little hazing from his castmates, especially from an OG like Hamill.