The Star Wars icon recorded an audio clip in which he read Donald Trump's New Year's Eve tweet as The Joker, giving the ill-mannered message a villainous flare. But then again, does he really want to incur the wrath of Mark Hamill, or rather, Mark Hamill as the Joker? Hamill has been the voice of the Caped Crusader's archenemy on the series for decades. Most recently, he returned to voice the Joker in The Killing Joke animated film.
It seems though that Hamill is open to playing the maniacal nemesis of Batman once more if only to ridicule a real-life person.
You really don't even have to read those, because Mark Hamill has prepared to do it for you.
The effect was hilarious and disconcerting at the same time since Hamill has long perfected the Joker's laugh, which hints of malice and contempt.
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On Saturday, The Trumpster returned, this time sharing audio of himself reading the president elect's volley of Tweets aimed at "overrated" actress Meryl Streep who was critical of him in her Golden Globes speech.
"Meryl Streep, one of the most over-rated actresses in Hollywood, doesn't know me but attacked last night at the Golden Globes", he tweeted. "And when the powerful use their position to bully others we all lose".
He said Trump was mocking his disability; Trump denied knowing who Kovaleski was. After the incident, Trump went on Twitter and had a few things to say about the multi-awarded actress. "Just more very dishonest media!"
The reporter then said he was on first-name terms with Trump and had interviewed him around a dozen times over the past 30 years.