In a new interview with the website Collider, Mark Hamill gave his thoughts on the best way to watch all of the Star Wars films. Well at least he tried to give us his view, although he was rather non-committal.

While he admitted his preference would be “the way they were chronologically released,” Hamill added that he understood the need for a “proper” order.

“Now, I may be wrong, because if you’re starting out fresh, you probably go: one, two, three, four, five, six… uh, Rogue One? It’s hard, I mean… wait a second.

“Rogue One comes before four! Yeah so you go: one, two, three, Rogue One, four, five, six, seven, eight,” he decided, before admitting: “I’m guessing.”

He added it would be hard for younger viewers “because the technology is so advanced now”.

“Star Wars looks primitive compared to the prequels where CGI flourished,” he said.

What are your thoughts on the correct order to watch the films? Do you start 1-7, or do watch in the order released? Leave your thoughts in the appropriate places.


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