Watch Basically Every Famous Person Ever Reveal Their Favorite 'Star Wars' Character

by John Boone 10:30 AM PST, December 14, 2015
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Picking a favorite Star Wars character is not as simple a task as it seems.

Vanity Fair did the Sith Lord’s work and asked just about every celebrity out there, from Sandra Bullock to Sir Patrick Stewart and every Jessica Chastain and Liam Hemsworth in between, who their favorite character from a galaxy far, far away is.

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Starting with the most popular, here’s who the celebrities picked:

Han Solo

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Adrien Brody, Brie Larson, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Elizabeth Olsen, Elisabeth Moss (“Harris Ford…he’s so cute!”), Tom Hiddleston, Sir Michael Caine, Sarah Silverman (“This boring, but Han Solo. I mean, c’mon. I’m a simple girl.”), and Tom Hardy.


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Benicio Del Toro, Saoirse Ronan, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Brolin (“Chewbacca is a great character because he doesn’t say a lot. I understand that character, 'cause he makes noises, and I make noises when I want to communicate.”), Liev Schreiber, and Sir Patrick Stewart.

Princess Leia

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Naomi Watts, Jessica Chastain, Dakota Johnson, Michael Peña, and Elle Fanning.

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Julianne Moore and Ellen Page (“'Cause they’re cute! You can by little Ewok costumes, and if you put it on a shih tzu, it does look like an Ewok. I’m just saying.”)

Darth Vader

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Kate Winslet and Bryan Cranston.

Jabba the Hutt

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Helen Mirren. (“What a great name, Jabba the Hutt.” And then she makes a fart noise. And now we’re picturing Helen Mirren in the Leia slave bikini with Jabba the Hutt, and, you know what? She can pull it off.)

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