Actor Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in the original "Star Wars" trilogy
Actor Mark Hamill, who played Luke Skywalker in the original "Star Wars" trilogy, speaks to a boy during the Star Wars Celebration Europe exhibition at the Excel Centre in London July 13, 2007 . REUTERS/Luke MacGregor Reuters/Luke MacGregor

Mark Hamill continues play his pranks on unsuspecting “Star Wars: Episode 8” fans. His latest prank was a promise of a glimpse of the trailer of the movie and he shared something that many fans expected.

Fans who know Hamill (Luke Skywalker) as the actor who has played Batman’s nemesis The Joker as well as the character The Trickster are familiar with his jokes. However, some people tend to fall prey to his tricks.

On his official Twitter page, Hamill promised to share a tease of the trailer. However, unlike the last time where he was a little more serious about the joke, the actor told everyone to relax, as he was doing this just for fun.

Some of the fans were able to guess what kind of “trailer” Hamill was going to share. Realising that the actor was tricking them again, some of the fans expressed their anger and annoyance at the actor’s pranks.

Sure enough, as the fans expected, Hamill later shared a picture of his trailer, where he stays during the filming of “Star Wars: Episode 8.” The actor wrote in the tweet that Ultra Paranoid Fans can’t be fooled. He added that it was only a joke and rhetorically asked why the reader wasn’t laughing.

Credit: Twitter/ Mark Hamill

Commenting on the post, the fans seem to be interested in the actor’s code name on the trailer that reads “Master Hamster.” Some of the fans even created memes of a hamster head on top of Luke Skywalker’s body.

The fans who were able to correctly guess the trailer Hamill was going to share; bragged about it. With the movie still in early stages of filming, a real trailer would take a few months for the director to put together.

“Star Wars: Episode 8” is being directed by Rian Johnson. The movie is slated to be released on Dec. 15, 2017.