"The Mandalorian" chief Jon Favreau has revealed he would love to make a new "Star War Holiday Special" for Disney+ just over 40 years since the infamous show aired.
The "Lion King" director - who will be helming "The Mandalorian" series for Disney+ - revealed he would love to take part in a new iteration of the 1978 television one off, which has been panned by fans and critics over the past 40 years.
He told Entertainment Tonight: "I would love to do a 'Holiday Special'. If you want to see a 'Holiday Special', let Disney+ know."
Over time, the musical spin-off - which sees Chewbacca and Han Solo heading to the Wookiee planet of Kashyyyk for 'Life Day' - has become something of a cult classic, but it only aired once and was never rebroadcast.
There only bootleg copies available now, but it still holds some significance for the 'Star Wars' universe as an animated segment features the first official on-screen appearance of fan favourite bounty hunter Boba Fett.