In his career, Mark Hamill has battled evil in his role as Luke Skywalker from Star Wars, as well as fighting the forces of good in his role as The Joker in Batman: The Animated Series. But now he’s taking on his toughest fight yet, battling a foe who is so chaotic as to defy easy categorization: Elon Musk, CEO of Twitter.
And it started with Twitter explaining that they aren’t sure if Hamill – who starred in one of the biggest film trilogies of all time and whose face continues to grace various tie-in novels, comic books, toys, and games – could actually be considered a famous person. Luckily, Hamill took it in good humor:
Apparently I have a legacy verified account (whatever that means). Sometimes it’s notable, sometimes… not so much. #meh