Daisy Ridley and Mark Hamill Can’t Stop Pointing at the “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” London Premiere

Posted on December 13, 2017

It would appear that Mark Hamill still has not received the proper finishing-school level of red carpet training that is required of all celebrities now.



It really is most unbecoming.

In all seriousness, we couldn’t help thinking how these events must seem strange to him – for a whole lot of reasons, of course. But the one that stood out for us most was the idea that, forty years after the first film, he’s smack in the middle of an enormous Star Wars press blitz – without any of the people who originally made it with him. Not the major ones, anyway; the ones who built the mythology from the ground up alongside him. While it’s pretty clear he’s enjoying the hell out of himself – as well he should – we wonder if it seems a little … we don’t know… lonely? Poignant? Intimidating? Regardless, it’s clear that his primary emotions are all fairly good ones, judging by his behavior.

Fashion-wise, he’s doing okay. It’s a classic tux. As long as it fits, any man will look good in one. We tend to think he looks better with a full beard, which is not something we normally say about mature men. We’re amused by his seventies surfer hair, which he can still work, four decades later. Get it, Luke Skywalker.

As for Miss Daisy, she is once again remaining extremely on-point in her style choices for this poledance:

Because that’s what Darth Vader would wear when he wants to feel pretty and feminine.

Meh, It’s a trash-bag dress. We’ve seen decent ones and we’ve seen horrible ones. This tips way more toward the former than the latter, but it’s never been a fave style with us. It’s okay. We find the flash of white at the hem to be the most irritating part.


Style Credits:
Calvin Klein Black Dress from the Spring 2018 Collection
Tiffany & Co. Jewelry
Christian Louboutin Shoes

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com]


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