Last year, PC Gamer and GameStar magazines sat down with Mark Hamill and John Rhys-Davies on the motion capture set of Squadron 42, the single/co-op multiplayer campaign for Star Citizen. In those videos, the actors recalled their time working on Wing Commander, and they reflected on the practical differences between Wing Commander's green screen filming process and Star Citizen's state of the art motion capture technology. The YouTube channel for Roberts Space Industries also put up their own interview segment with Rhys-Davies, interspersed with even more behind the scenes footage. Chris Roberts makes an appearance as well, expressing his desire to bring back the people he worked with on Wing Commander 3 and 4, and that Mark Hamill and John Rhys-Davies were a great fit for two of the main characters.
Go Behind the Scenes of the making of Squadron 42 with a look at Randall Graves, played by John Rhys-Davies.