The Star Wars actor made another disguise impression as an Imperial grunt, but this time for the sake of charity.
Mark Hamill is known in the world as Luke Skywalker from Star Wars, and a big second as the Joker from the Batman Animated Series and Arkham video games. But of course we are talking more about Star Wars. Though some are speculating if he will make a big appearance in the film due to vague details on his role, but Luke Skywalker made some memorable moments in the early films, such as disguising himself as a Stormtrooper along with Han Solo to infiltrate the Death Star and rescue Princess Leia. Now this time Mark Hamill will be donning a Stormtrooper costume once more, all for the sake of charity and promoting Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
In a special video for Omaze, Mark went undercover as a Stormtrooper and stroll around Hollywood Blvd to invite people to watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens and to donate to Omake as part of the Star Wars: Force for Change campaign. What the campaign does is that it gives any fans a chance to watch the movie premiere and to meet the Star Wars cast at the red carpet. All you have to do is donate at least $10 to charity.
There are many options to choose from the donation drive where you can also take home some Star wars exclusive goodies, from shirts to posters to digital badges to movie stills and even replica helmets and outfits from the film, all for the sake of charity.
You can learn more about the Force for Change campaign by heading to the official site: http://bit.ly/MarkHamillUndercover
And it is also the best way to help out to those in need and still have a great time in watching the most anticipated sci-fi film. Star Wars: The Force Awakens will hit theaters on December 18 worldwide.