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'Star Wars' Legend Trolls Tweeter When Asked To Say Something In Spanish

The Twitter game is strong with this one.

Mark Hamill did exactly what was asked of him when a fan on Twitter requested that he say something in Spanish:

"Algo" is the Spanish word for "something."

The "Star Wars" actor's smart-ass reply to @RawHant is going viral, with more than 12,000 retweets.

It's not known where the fan, identified only as Natalia in her Twitter profile, is from. The tweet to Hamill was only her ninth, and she hasn't posted again since retweeting his reply.

Hamill, 64, reprised the role of Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."

The movie -- the seventh installment in the epic space opera franchise created by George Lucas in 1977 -- has already smashed box office records since its release. "The Force Awakens" barreled past the $1 billion mark globally at a faster clip than any film in history.

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