I’m pretty sure it’s a scam. I didn’t sign. [PIC]


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      • Harrison Ford's career continued with movies like Indiana Jones. Mark Hamill isn't nearly as big a name anymore and I don't think has been since Star Wars.

        Ford signed it, Hamill didn't.

        • So the Joker from the Animated Batman, Fire Lord Ozai from Airbender, Skips from Regular Show aren't widely known roles?

  1. Good job on failing.

    But on a more serious note, who cares if he isn't that big of a name now. He's done amazing work as a voice actor, which isn't that hard of a job and he still banks. Just look at the credits for shows like Robot Chicken, he's on it all the time. It's not like he would have needed to do anything after Star Wars anyway.

    • @Joker, I hate to argue, this being the internet and all, but voice acting IS tough. It might not be physically hard, but doing it well, managing to sound like you have chemistry with the other actors who you probably never see, verbalizing scenes that might look nothing like what you saw by the time it's done… No, it's hard work, and good on him.

      It wasn't his fault he fell off the ugly tree, and I mean that with all the love in the world. I love Mark Hamill, but even in Jedi you can tell he's going to grow into a face for radio. ;-)

      • Harrison Ford’s career continued with movies like Indiana Jones. Mark Hamill isn’t nearly as big a name anymore and I don’t think has been since Star Wars.

        Ford signed it, Hamill didn’t.

      • Harrison Ford’s career continued with movies like Indiana Jones. Mark Hamill isn’t nearly as big a name anymore and I don’t think has been since Star Wars.

        Ford signed it, Hamill didn’t.

  2. Aw, come on, Hamill's hand some classic roles. What about The Joker? And Cock-Knocker? That's a classic.

  3. Aw, come on, Hamill’s hand some classic roles. What about The Joker? And Cock-Knocker? That’s a classic.

  4. Good job on failing.

    But on a more serious note, who cares if he isn’t that big of a name now. He’s done amazing work as a voice actor, which isn’t that hard of a job and he still banks. Just look at the credits for shows like Robot Chicken, he’s on it all the time. It’s not like he would have needed to do anything after Star Wars anyway.

    • @Joker, I hate to argue, this being the internet and all, but voice acting IS tough. It might not be physically hard, but doing it well, managing to sound like you have chemistry with the other actors who you probably never see, verbalizing scenes that might look nothing like what you saw by the time it’s done… No, it’s hard work, and good on him.
      It wasn’t his fault he fell off the ugly tree, and I mean that with all the love in the world. I love Mark Hamill, but even in Jedi you can tell he’s going to grow into a face for radio. ;-)

    • @Joker, I hate to argue, this being the internet and all, but voice acting IS tough. It might not be physically hard, but doing it well, managing to sound like you have chemistry with the other actors who you probably never see, verbalizing scenes that might look nothing like what you saw by the time it’s done… No, it’s hard work, and good on him.
      It wasn’t his fault he fell off the ugly tree, and I mean that with all the love in the world. I love Mark Hamill, but even in Jedi you can tell he’s going to grow into a face for radio. ;-)

  5. Mark also got in one hell of a car crash and wasn't so cute afterwords. They had to use him in the second two Star Wars movies though…

  6. Mark also got in one hell of a car crash and wasn’t so cute afterwords. They had to use him in the second two Star Wars movies though…

  7. Hamill is a much celebrated and sought after voice actor, check out his credits on IMDB. Maybe he wasn't quite as successful as Ford but he is far more successful than most of the shmucks reading this…including me,

    FAIL

  8. Hamill is a much celebrated and sought after voice actor, check out his credits on IMDB. Maybe he wasn’t quite as successful as Ford but he is far more successful than most of the shmucks reading this…including me,

    FAIL

  9. harrison's the only one who's career actually went on to mean anything from the old star wars. i'de say the ignorance lies in the fact that you all believe a voice actor is any where near as successful as being a real actor; let alone one of harrison's stature.

  10. harrison’s the only one who’s career actually went on to mean anything from the old star wars. i’de say the ignorance lies in the fact that you all believe a voice actor is any where near as successful as being a real actor; let alone one of harrison’s stature.

  11. harrison’s the only one who’s career actually went on to mean anything from the old star wars. i’de say the ignorance lies in the fact that you all believe a voice actor is any where near as successful as being a real actor; let alone one of harrison’s stature.

  12. The accident that damaged Hamill's face so badly certainly did impact his ability to get new roles.

    And on a side note, I liked Harrison much more as an actor, I guess many people did.

  13. since you so delight in petty,pointless meanness have some : 99.9% of all you little trolls will NEVER accomplish anything meaningful at all,ever.

    your job will disappear,others around the world can certainly do twice the work at half the pay with a quarter of the stupid drama…

    your significant others will grow tired of your vapidity and your meager little genitalia and surely be out the door…its only a matter of time….

    It is so easy to laugh at a 'has been' but its better than being a 'never was' and a 'never will be' no?

  14. yes because being an accomplished on screen actor, voice actor, director, producer and writer TOTALLY means Hamill doesn't have a career after star wars. /sarcasm

    as well, at least Hamill played no hand in that atrocity that was indiana jones and the crystal skull. my childhood has been raped.

  15. lol actually he was in a bad wreck and needed some serious plastic surgery after the first film. Thats why he looked like shit (and had that scar on his face)

  16. Everyone knows that the car accident was a direct result of Mark NOT signing the "Career Continuance Clause".
    I got a chuckle out of this. Was about to move on, then got caught up reading the trolls.
    Silly humans. Accept it for what it is:
    A mildly amusing pic with captions.
    hahaha.
    moving on.

  17. Mark Hamill, short, bad acne, limited acting ability…Harrison Ford, destined for fame due to good management….soooooooooo….Whatever happened to Hayden Christiansen…he was probably the worst actor of all time…

  18. Okay, I get it and it's good for a lol, but it's totally wrong. Hamill still gets plenty of work and he's great at it. Ford hasn't done anything in years. Has anybody mentioned all the voice acting Hamill does for video games? Also, I think Hamill had a disfiguring a motorcycle accident after the trilogy, which affected his chances for on screen work. Fuck Ford.

  19. The whole point of this picture wasn't to say "oh look we're all more successful than Hamill"

    IDIOT.

    • Less-recognizable? The Joker is his. If you think of canon-Joker(Not Dark Knight) and think of any other voice than Hamill's, you're wrong in the head.

  20. You all realize that ol' Lucas handed Harrison the paper before Mark, because he liked him more?

    /behind-the-scenes-guy

  21. I think Mark's problem is he got stereotyped. He's forever known as Luke Skywalker in spite of his other roles he has done. Harrison managed to break out even though he's still known more as Han Solo, Indiana Jones and Deckard (Blade Runner)> Harrison just took a or got a wider range of roles. Not to mention the accident Hamil had after Star Wars leaving the scar on him, few actors go far after things like that. Just look at Julia Roberts' brother Eric Roberts, who was almost a leading man now plays heavies and villains.

  22. Actually, if you look into Mark Hamills career after Star Wars, I'd say he was WAY more prolific than Harrison.

    Way way more, just look them up on IMDB.

  23. Oh, and the reason that Mark Hamill 'disappeared' or had a failed career after Star Wars was cause he spent the 80's on Broadway, instead of signing on to all the blockbuster, craptacular movies that were thrown in his face after Star Wars. Because of his desire to branch out and try something new, he will always be viewed as a failed actor. Kind of sad.
    Hamill is the full package, movies, tv, voice overs, Harrison is just a grumpy old man.