Mark Hamill will not return to lend his voice to the Joker and, in a recent interview, he decided to share the heartwarming reason that led him to make this decision.
Mark Hamillwho lent his voice to the Joker in numerous TV shows and animated films, in a recent interview he declared that, by now, that of Batman for him it is a chapter that will never be able to reopen. And he revealed the heartwarming reason.
The actor turned into the Joker, the prince of crime, not only in Batman: The animated series, but also in the Arkham video game trilogy. Alongside him, in these long years, Kevin Conroy’s Batman. And it is precisely linked to the actor, who passed away on November 10 last year after a battle with cancer, the reason why Mark Hamill will not return to lend his voice to the Joker.
The news, reported by CBM, sees an excerpt from the latest issue of Empire Magazine in which Hamill stated that he will not return to lend his voice to the Joker without Conroy next to him.
“They would call and say, ‘They want you to be the Joker,’ and my only question was, ‘Is Kevin Batman?’ If they answered yes, then I said: ‘I’m in’. We were like partnersrecalled Mark Hamill before adding, “we were like Laurel and Hardy. Without Kevin there, there doesn’t seem to be a Batman for me“.
Mark Hamill, who last played the villain in 2016’s Batman: The Killing Joke, closes a chapter that Batman fans won’t soon forget. Just like that duo that Hamill and Kevin Conroy had created by working together.
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