Mark Hamill Tired of 'Star Wars' Fans Getting Duped by Fake Autographs
"I'm so sorry there's so many fans spending their hard-earned money for fraudulent signatures."
Mark Hamill is breaking some hearts, but also trying to help his fans not get taken advantage of by those selling fake autographs.
The Star Wars: The Force Awakens star took to Twitter Sunday night and one at a time told fans whether their merch bearing his signature was legit.
"I'm so sorry there's so many fans spending their hard-earned money for fraudulent signatures," Hamill said in a tweet.
Of course, there were some pieces Hamill really did sign through the years; he told fans to look at those examples to see exactly how he signs his name.
Hamill reprises his iconic role as Luke Skywalker in the latest, record-breaking installment of the space adventure series.
As of Sunday, J.J. Abrams' film soared past $1 billion globally faster than any film in history and leads the biggest Christmas weekend ever at the North American box office with $153.5 million for an early domestic haul of $544.6 million.
Hamill's tweets to fans, pointing out real and fake signatures, are listed below: