Hamill, 66, has been vocal about Rogue One: A Star Wars Story., even though his bizarre hopes for Luke involve a . But in a recent interview, he approved of Luke being digitally re-created for future movies, as in 2016's
"Well, already I told my family, 'Absolutely -- thumbs up!'" Hamill told Radio Times. "It is a question of propriety really," he said, noting that Cushing's estate granted permission for the Rogue One appearance.
And even though Hamill is still with us, he is open to a new young Luke coming to the expanding Star Wars universe, in the same way Alden Ehrenreich plays a young Han Solo in the upcoming .
"George (Lucas) gave (filmmakers) a canvas so large ... I mean, the possibilities are infinite," he said. "They also ask me 'What young actor do you think could play him?' Sky's the limit."
He's less willing to see the late Fisher recast, despite a fan petition.
"I think it would be tough recasting Carrie because she is so indelibly linked to that character," he told Collider.
In Rogue One, in addition to re-creating Cushing's image, filmmakers used shots of Norwegian actress Ingvild Deila as well as images of Fisher and some computer magic to.
Star Wars Episode 9 is scheduled to hit theaters in December 2019.