Who is your favorite Star Wars character?
My 5 year old is obsessed with anything and everything Star Wars. Who is your favorite character and why? My son will enjoy hearing your answers!
Meesa loves Jar Jar Binks. He was just a different sort of character, not of the same ilk as a lot of the others and he was humorous.
C-Three-Pio, if only because he is so full of himself. Everything is about him and it takes R2-D2 to take care of him!
I go back and forth between Yoda and Han Solo, depending on my mood. Yoda was wise. Han was all action. When I feel laid back and philosophical it's Yoda. When I feel like a scruffy-looking nerf herder it's Han.
Han Solo has always been my favorite character in the Star Wars universe. Harrison Ford played him so well -- a tough-guy smuggler with a heart of gold.
Ever since I went to the cinema to see the first Star Wars on its release, way back in the 1970's, I've been hooked on Hans Solo(Harrison Ford) - I thought he was funny and absolutely hunky. My two friends preferred Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill). I have to say as well that I always had huge soft spot for Chewbacca the Wookie!!
Definitely Obi Wan Kenobi - the Ewan McGregor version (although Alec Guinness was awesome) because in the prequels, he was portrayed as self controlled, strictly adhering to his beliefs while being able to have fun. More than that, he was completely dedicated to his religion - doing what was right and he had true compassion.
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