Luke Skywalker gave in to his anger and turned to the Dark Side with a tweet jabbing Sen. Ted Cruz over his spelling ability, his opposition to net neutrality regulations, and alluded to a controversy earlier this year when someone running Cruz's Twitter account "liked" a porn video.

Mark Hamill, the actor who played the iconic character, made fun of FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai for a now-viral video he participated in that showed him dancing and playing with toys, including a lightsaber. The video, produced by the Daily Caller news site, was intended to make the case in favor of the FCC terminating the Obama-era "net neutrality" rule.

Cruz jumped into the fray on Sunday, tweeting, "Luke, I know Hollywood can be confusing, but it was [Darth] Vader who supported govt power over everything said & done on the Internet. That's why giant corps (Google, Facebook, Netflix) supported the FCC power grab of net neutrality. Reject the dark side: Free the net!"

Hamill followed up with a sarcastic tweet to Cruz.

"Thanks for smarm-spaining it to me @tedcruz I know politics can be confusing, but you'd have more credibility if you spelled my name correctly," he said, noting that Cruz had used the wrong Twitter handle for Hamill. "I mean IT'S RIGHT THERE IN FRONT OF YOU! Maybe you're just distracted from watching porn at the office again-mh."

Hamill had earlier told Pai he was unworthy of the lightsaber.

"Cute video Ajit 'Aren't I Precious?' Pai -but you are profoundly unworthy 2 wield a lightsaber-A Jedi acts selflessly for the common man-NOT lie 2 enrich giant corporations," Hamill first wrote Saturday. "Btw-did you pay John Williams his royalty? @AjitPaiFCCorpShill #AJediYouAreNOT."

The FCC on Thursday voted to end net neutrality, which proponents say ensures that Internet providers will treat all web traffic equally. Opponents of the rule say that the rule limits competition and innovation.