The genius minds  behind “Bad Lip Reading” are back at it again, and this time they got “Star Wars” star Mark Hamill to dub another popular character in the film, Han Solo (Harrison Ford).

Hamill became popular for his role as Luke Skywalker in “Star Wars.” However, in the latest “Bad Lip Reading” video posted Thursday, April 6, he instead took on Han Solo and dubbed his lines in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”

Following the release of the video, the creators of the “Bad Lip Reading” series thanked Hamill and Jessica Dicicco for lending their voices on its official Twitter account. “Big thanks to @HamillHimself and @jessicadicicco for lending their voices to the latest Bad Lip Reading video!” the creator wrote, along with the viral video.

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Fans who were impressed by Hamill’s voice acting skills posted postive comments on the video praising the actor. “I knew Mark Hamill was good at voice acting but didn’t know he was this good,” one YouTuber commented, as quoted by E! News. “Props to Mark Hamill! He was spot on as an older Han Solo. Dude has some serious vocal skills!” one viewer added.

Even the media had nothing but praise for the hilarious clip. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the voice actors who dubbed the characters were so great that no one would suspect the silly lines were not part of the script. One of the best and funniest scenes in the video was when Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) says, “It puts the lotion on….”

A lot of viewers seemed to agree that the scene was indeed great, with one user commenting: “Is it just me or does anyone else agree that this version of Kylo Ren way more terrifying than the real one?”

The viral “Bad Lip Reading” video was only up for a couple of hours, but it has already gained nearly half a million views. Unfortunately, on Thursday evening, it was removed due to copyright claims. Viewers who visit  the page will only be able to see the message: “This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Dramatists Play Service.”

Did you catch Hamill’s viral “Bad Lip Reading” video before it was taken down? Drop a comment below.