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Hamill returned to film after a six-year hiatus with the science fiction film Slipstream.
Swan,[ citation needed ] and appeared on Saturday Night Live playing himself being sold on a Star Wars-themed home shopping sale. Hamill did not star in any live action films for a number of years until when he starred in the Hungarian film Thelomerison which he was a creative consultant.
The film was the first mainstream science fiction film to be released in Hungary. Airborne was met with a negative reception from critics and audiences. He did not accept the role until he got encouragement from his daughter, who said he would be crazy not to accept it. In addition, he reprised his role as the Trickster on The CW 's live-action series The Flashin the seventeenth episode of the first season, the ninth episode of the second season, and the ninth episode of the third season.
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January Learn how and when to remove this template message Hamill has gained a reputation as a prolific voice actor. He first did voice acting work in the early s voicing the character Corey Anders on the Saturday morning cartoon Jeannie by Hanna-Barbera Productions. He later played Sean in the Ralph Bakshi film Wizards which was released just three months before Star Wars in Though the voice role he is most known for is Batman 's archenemy the Joker his success as the Joker has led him to portray a wide variety of characters in television, film, anime, and video games mostly similar super-villains.
Non-comic related television roles include the deranged shock jock anchorman Dr. He guest starred in The Simpsons episode " Mayored to the Mob " as himself. On the audio commentary of the episode, he says that he has been a fan of the show since it debuted in on The Tracy Ullman Show and that it was a personal thrill to work with Dan Castellanetathe voice of Homer Simpson.
He has also played himself in two episodes of the Disney Channel animated series Pepper Ann. Aside from voice acting on television, Hamill has starred in multiple animated films. Some of these roles include The Captain of the Guard in Sinbad: Beyond the Veil of Miststhe biblical figure Judah in Joseph: Wolf Quest and Chanukah Zombie in Futurama: Hamill has done voice acting in English dubs of two Studio Ghibli films.
Notable video game voice roles include Detective Mosely in Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers and Gabriel Knight 3: There is also another character, Master Xehanort, who was voiced by Leonard Nimoy, the actor of Spock.
Tetsuya Nomura stated that they wanted the two for the roles, as the two characters are rivals, referencing the rivalry between fans of Star Wars and fans of Star Trek. He also narrated Call of Duty 2: Big Red Onethe title being a reference to the war film he starred in. Hamill voiced the character of Todd Wainio in World War Z, a critically acclaimed audiobook based on Max Brooks ' novel of the same name.
He also provided the entire cast of voices for a audiobook version of Pinocchio with unique characteristics for each. He is also the narrator of the science-fiction TV series Dimension Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page.
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Unsourced or poorly sourced material may be challenged and removed. January This section possibly contains original research. This man is fighting to make it happen Damian Collins, a member of Parliament, is a thorn in the Facebook CEO's side, and he's not planning to stop poking anytime soon. Well, he's not so keen.
Initially the inquiry was scheduled to conclude at the beginning ofbut the date kept getting pushed back. Then this spring all hell broke loose when Facebook disclosed that personal data belonging to 87 million users had been gathered by Cambridge Analytica, a data consultancy firm best known for working on Donald Trump's presidential election campaign.
Almost immediately, Collins wrote to Zuckerberg asking him to give evidence to the committee. When the reply came in late March, it was a resounding "no.ADELE - 'Make You Feel My Love'
But when it comes to the UK, he stood his ground. But Schroepfer's answers didn't satisfy the committee. I can't believe there are things of importance Mark Zuckerberg doesn't know.
Damian Collins In May, Collins again asked Zuckerberg to appear, offering to conduct the session via video link if necessary. If Zuckerberg refused to be questioned, Collins said he'd look into issuing a formal summons that would legally compel the CEO to appear before Parliament the next time he entered the UK.
In his latest letter to Facebook, dated May 21, Collins reiterated the importance of Zuckerberg answering the committee's questions. Ahead of that deadline, CNET sat down with Collins at his Westminster office to find out why Zuckerberg owes it to the UK to appear before the committee and just how serious he is about issuing that formal summons. The following interview has been edited and condensed for clarity.
What was your takeaway from the European Parliament session? It was a slightly farcical situation, where the MEPs didn't have very long to question him.
The format led to the time spent asking questions being longer than the time spent answering them, and Mark Zuckerberg was able to avoid answering really any questions that would have been helpful. At the end of the session we didn't know anything new, and I think that was why it was such a wasted opportunity.
Of the points that were raised within the room by MEPs members of the European Parliamentwhat were those that resonated most closely with the questions you've put to Zuckerberg? There are a number of quite important areas that were raised and weren't quite resolved. British Conservative MEP Syed Kamall in particular made an important point about the way in which Facebook gathers data about non-Facebook users and about Facebook users when they're not on Facebook.
And I think it's a really legitimate question.
This has just been a PR stunt -- it's not been a serious exercise of him being questioned. Damian Collins On the issue about transparency and democracy, which came up It's been more than two months since the Kogan data breach went public.
It's been three and a half years since Facebook knew about it, and yet they still can't answer those questions.
Will Zuck face UK's Parliament? This man is fighting to make it happen
What was your reaction to hearing that Zuckerberg was going to be in Europe giving evidence to the European Parliament, but that he wasn't going to come here to the UK? I think because he's in Europe he should come to the UK. The Cambridge Analytica-Aleksandr Kogan data breach has been the gateway into this issue for many people. The work was done in Cambridge University.
The company that benefited from it is headquartered in London. A million UK Facebook users were affected by Aleksandr Kogan's work, and we know as well that there was intent from the Russians to target voters in the UK with advertising through Facebook.
The extent of that is greater than Facebook initially acknowledged it was, and I think we have the right to question him about those things too.