Watch 12 minutes of Star Wars: The Last Jedi's making-of documentary

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After Luke's run-in with the First Order on the red salt planet, Hamill said he told Johnson that Luke should brush off his shoulder twice like a former U.S. president has been known to do. "I remember her telling me, 'In my head, I'm still in my twenties, '" he said. It's our first glimpse at what director Rian Johnson, who way overshot the mark in the length of his original version, reluctantly left on the cutting room floor.

The special guest is chosen each year for their special connection or affinity with Ireland, with Mark being selected because of his love for the country and also as he recently filmed scenes for "Star Wars" in Ireland.

Moderated by Vanity Fair's Joanna Robinson, Johnson came out on stage - with trusty camera in hand - to a roar of applause as they talked about his work from Brick to Breaking Bad.

Johnson jumped in to remind fans that push-and-pull between actors and directors is not at all uncommon-and in fact adds to the creative process.

Depending on what end of the spectrum you fall on for the movie, you will be delighted to know that the digital copy contains so much bonus content.

I read [the script for]Jedi and thought, 'Wait a sec!

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Obi-Wan goes Dark Side, in both young and old personas. I'm in black. I have a glove.

Also in attendance at the panel was Luke Skywalker himself, Mark Hamill, who chimed in with his own cheeky comment, saying: "I didn't even get that". "They are with you in career highs and career lows", he said.

Balance of the Force - Explore the mythology of the Force and why Rian Johnson chose to interpret its role in such a unique way. "I feel an investment in it-a certain sense of ownership, which is a joke, because I don't own it, now Disney does".

There's quite a bit more to see than just these, including other variants of familiar characters, a couple I don't recognize at all, and various design and blocking shots: Anakin kills Yoda to complete his training, TIE bombers blow up Naboo, that sort of thing. "But you care! That's what happens with these films". That belongs in the [filmmaking] process.

Skellig Michael, an island off the coast of Kerry, was used as a location in the latest movie, Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi, featuring as the hidden refuge of Luke Skywalker.

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