After an advertising campaign that Sir Patrick Stewart co-directed with Mark Hamill, former Enterprise captain and Jedi master Luke Skywalker would like to see a movie that mixes Star Trek and Star Wars.
Sir Patrick Stewart and Mark Hamill meet in an advertising campaign for Uber Eats. This is currently so well received that the two actors came up with the idea for a crossover film between Star Trek and had Star Wars.
Picard versus Skywalker
According to Sir Patrick Stewart, there has never really been a rivalry between Star Wars and Star Trek for him, as fans of both series like to put forward.
"I admit that, at least for us on Star Trek, we dreamed of a combined universe between Star Wars and Star Trek. Much thought has been given to merging the two iconic universes and bringing all of these great characters together. I would personally enjoy it so much, "Sir Patrick Stewart said in an interview with Men's Journal.
The actor went on to say, "I think Picard would like Skywalker on his crew, but I would be sure he is watching him carefully because he has a few personality traits that Picard should perhaps keep an eye on."
Mark Hamill added, "I think Luke would have great respect for Picard and Starfleet as a whole. The Rebel Alliance he is a part of is much less organized and would go from what he would see on the Enterprise to the implementation of anything I also believe that Luke is a lifelong student despite the fact that he will become a Jedi Master and I think he would have a lot to learn from Picard. "
We'll probably never see a crossover between Star Trek and Star Wars. But the thought of it is kind of exciting.
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