Mark Hamill Angry For 'Star Wars' Fans Duped By Those Selling Fake Autographs

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Mark Hamill is angry that there are those out there duping fans by selling items with fake "Mark Hamill" autographs.

In an attempt to help his fans, the Star Wars: The Force Awakens star took to Twitter Sunday night to help fans figure out whether the autograph in their possession is real or fake.

Hamill, 64, suggested that fans post a photo of their merchandise and he said he would tell them if the signature was legit or not legit.

"I'm so sorry there's so many fans spending their hard-earned money for fraudulent signatures," Hamill said in a tweet.

Throughout the years, there have been some pieces that Mark Hamill did sign so he wanted to help his fans learn how to spot a fake autograph.

Hamill reprised his iconic role as Luke Skywalker for the latest, record-breaking installment of the epic space adventure.

As of Sunday, J.J. Abrams' installment soared past $1 billion globally faster than any film in history. The movie which reunited Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher in their iconic roles had the biggest Christmas weekend ever at the North American box office with $153.5 million for an early domestic haul of $544.6 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Pam Wright