The actor famous for playing Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars films has hilariously endeared himself to a legion of football fans courtesy of an accidental tweet.
Not even the Force could help Mark Hamill, AKA the Last Jedi, AKA the son of Darth Vader foresee that a harmless mistake could have such a profound impact on his social media status.
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Apparently Hamill is an avid supporter of English Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers (Wolves) - although the great Jedi himself wasn't even aware of this until a fan group from the club pointed it out.
It turns out the actor really just loves animals, with wolves presumably among his favourites.
I am now. Never heard of them until 2 days ago. All because I "liked" a tweet from a #Wolves fan & they made me feel like family. Very nice!— Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) September 9, 2017
Proving what a good sport he is, Hamill was happy to embrace his new football club of choice and the influx of recognition it has brought him.
Predictably, the star power from the galaxy's greatest Jedi awakened a Force to be reckoned with on social media.
Star Wars: A Molineux Hope— Liz Round (@RoundLiz) September 9, 2017
You'll need to get down to Molineux aka the Golden Palace to catch a game. We'll make you one of our own. But don't get cocky!— Wolves Fancast (@WWFCFancast) September 9, 2017
Obi-Wan-Nil to the Wolves— David Mills (@DavidMills73) September 9, 2017
The Force is strong with this one. Just maybe for Wolves fans, it will bring new hope of a Premier League return.