BBC News: Mark Hamill Would Rather Watch Oscars At Home

BBC News has revealed how Mark Hamill would prefer to stay at home and watch the Oscars on TV, rather than being there in person to present an award (for Best Animated Short).

He’s going to the Oscars for the first time in four decades – but Star Wars’ Mark Hamill says he’d rather be watching the ceremony in his pyjamas.

Hamill – Luke Skywalker in the films – last attended in 1978 when Star Wars: A New Hope was up for best picture.

Speaking at the Oscar Wilde Awards, where he was being honoured, he said it was “much more fun” to watch from home.

Hamill, presenting an Oscar on Sunday, said he hopes the ceremony is “fun and light-hearted”.

Head over to BBC News to read the full report.