Mrs Gray said: “I remember Paddy was really lovely. Once he patted him on the head and said: ‘Alright Chewie?
’” The episode also had Philip Schofield as Yoda, Ant and Dec as Ewoks, David Dickinson as the Emperor and Jeremy Kyle as himself.
I aspire to make Peter proud and bring Star Wars fans the Chewie they know and love." Suotamo joins Alden Ehrenreich, who is taking over the eponymous role from Harrison Ford, and Donald Glover, who will be playing Lando Calrissian.
It's been just over a week since the petition started, so it will most likely reach the 5,000 required signatures, but it remains to be seen if directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller will bring in the iconic 72-year-actor for a cameo.
It would also give a chance for young Joonas Suotamo to reunite with his mentor, after the actor delivered a heartfelt message to fans in February, where he said that he aspired to "make Peter proud" and said that his "guidance and kindness have been invaluable gifts."We reported earlier this week that production has shifted to the island of Fuerteventura, part of the Canary Islands, with a new aerial photo taken above the set that seems to reveal this location will be used for scenes on the iconic desert planet of Tatooine.
A dog is to become a TV star in a take-off of a blockbuster.
Buzz, a Newfoundland breed, will tomorrow (Saturday) appear as Chewbacca, the hairy alien in the Star Wars series.