Today is Star Wars Day and Jon Hamm would really like to be in a Star Wars movie, please. Actor looks forward Top Gun: Maverick, which caused a stir with its debut at CinemaCon. Speaking to ComicBok.com, Haim, who almost played Mr. Sinister in the X-Men movies, said that he has some regrets about the roles he doesn’t remember in his career, but still wants to. that they can find their way far away in that galaxy. ,
“You know, I’ve been really lucky in my career and I’ll be the first to say that,” Haim says Top Gun: Maverick Press junk. “I don’t have a lot of regrets. There aren’t a lot of movies that I’m almost like, ‘Oh, I would have loved to be in this and that’s the only franchise I’ve always wanted to be in that I’m in the Star Wars franchise for whatever reason. It was the first big movie for me when I was six or seven, or whatever came out, I was like, ‘This is probably the biggest movie I’ve ever done in my life and we’ve ever been will see.”
The closest Haim gets to appearing in Star Wars is voicing Boba Fett in an audiobook from a certain point of view. In 2017, Haim expressed his disappointment over failing to secure a role in the franchise.
“My version of him is Star Wars stuff,” Haim said while talking with Nick Offerman about his inability to join the Lord of the Rings franchise. Buzzfeed, “There’s more Star Wars stuff with more people in them. Where’s my phone call? I’m a nerf-herder. I get the lingo.”
in Top Gun: Maverick“After more than 30 years of service as one of the Navy’s top aviators, Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell is where he is, pushing the envelope as a daring test pilot and dodging advancement in the ranks that Graduating for a special assignment, Maverick must face the ghosts of his past and his deepest fears, culminating in a mission that demands the ultimate sacrifice of those who choose to fly it.”
Top Gun: Maverick The red carpet premiere event will be broadcast live on YouTube. The film will open in theaters on May 27.
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