Anthony Daniels hints at C-3PO return in 'Star Wars 7'


From Yahoo Movies UK

Anthony Daniels, the British actor known mainly/only for playing stuck-up protocol droid C-3PO in the 'Star Wars' saga has hinted that he may be returning for 'Episode 7'.

He is just the latest former 'Star Wars' star claiming that a return is on the cards.

Daniels told Digital Spy: "Look, it's all very early days and I don't want to wear anybody out by speculating or letting you waste your energy by saying 'What do you think?'"

"I'm certainly not sitting by the phone, but it's always nice when it rings," he continued. "Do you know what I mean?"

When asked about it, he described the prospect of new 'Star Wars' films as "wonderful" but that it never occurred to them that they would happen.

"Everybody's really happy that Disney have taken over the mantle. Kathy Kennedy is so well loved and she is carrying George Lucas's torch so much further."

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