In an interview with Wired pegged to his look in Bert Kreischer’s unabashedly foolish movie “The Machine,” Mark Hamill was requested if he may do a Yoda impression. The reply to that is, sure, he completely can, however this proved to be an issue through the shoot of the movie. As he informed Wired:
“When Frank [Oz] was doing Yoda, everybody started doing Yoda. The cameramen, the caterers, wardrobe, stand-ins, stunt doubles. ‘Oh, hungry are you? To the commissary you are going?’ And Frank eventually had to say, ‘Look, I’m being influenced by your impressions and I want to keep it pure.’ So I could see exactly what he was talking about. We all stopped on a dime. And the rest is history.”
Thank god they reined it in, however are you able to blame them for taking the voice out for a spin and talking in his patented object-subject-verb type? Anyone who’s even a bit little bit of a fan has a Yoda impersonation of their again pocket, and, when you’re not on the set of a “Star Wars” film when Oz is performing the enduring character, counseled this needs to be.