Star Wars fans react to learning Luke Skywalker was voiced by a computer

An old Luke Skywalker appears in Book of Boba Fett, but the character was not voiced by Mark Hamill, which surprised many Star Wars fans.

Star Wars fans react when they learn that young Luke Skywalker was voiced by a computer and not by Mark Hamill. The legendary Jedi returned to the space saga, this time through the Disney+ series. First appearing in The Mandalorian season 2 finale, he reappeared in Boba Fett’s book. But aside from bringing in another actor to play the character, apparently Hamill didn’t provide the voice for him either.

Luke’s appearance on The Mandalorian season 2 came as a huge surprise. His arrival marked the end of Din Djarin’s (Pedro Pascal) mission to reunite Grogu with his ilk. To achieve the cameo, Hamill was de-aged in tandem with Max Lloyd-Jones serving as Luke’s stand-in. As exciting as it was to get the character in on this particular point Star Wars history, not everyone was a fan of his cameo. Not only did it take away the fact that it marked Mando and Grogu’s heartbreaking separation, but the VFX work on Luke was criticized as well.

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That wasn’t even the worst part of it though, as apparently Hamill didn’t also provide the voice for the character on The Mandalorian. Instead, the show’s creator Jon Favreau explained to: Esquire that it was fully synthesized. Featuring sound editor Matthew Wood with archival footage of Hamill during this ancient era Star Wars sources, “they were able to break it down and feed their neural network to learn this data.” Given the re-emergence of young Luke in Boba Fett’s book, this particular detail has once again been the talk of the town, with varying reactions from fans. Read some of them below:

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Boba Fett’s book returned the mailReturn of the Jedi version of Luke to update fans on how Baby Yoda has been doing since The Mandalorian season 2 finale. According to the credits, Hamill also returned to play the part, but Scott Lang was his stunt double and Graham Hamilton the performance artist this time. The Jedi had extended screen time on his last small screen outing, and it’s clear that Favreau and Lucasfilm worked hard to make sure the CGI work on him was significantly better. The problem is that his line delivery was so dispassionate and monotonous that it scared people off. Although it has not been confirmed whether Boba Fett’s book used the same vote splitting process, many assumed they were doing it again.

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Assuming Luke was voiced by a computer on the ongoing Disney+ show while he was in The Mandalorian, Star Wars fans have differing opinions on Lucasfilm’s decision not to just bring Hamill back to do the voiceover. After all, he is already involved in the project according to the credits. As can be seen from the aforementioned tweets, some are doubting this decision, especially since the actor is also known as a prolific voice actor. Meanwhile, others appreciate pushing the technological boundaries by constantly honing this process.

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Source: Esquire

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