Mark Hamill
Mark Hamill gestures as he arrives at the European Premiere of Star Wars, The Force Awakens in Leicester Square, London, December 16, 2015. Reuters/Paul Hackett

Luke Skywalker is expected to return in “Star Wars: Episode 9,” and Mark Hamill has a few ideas on how this can happen. In a recent interview, the actor explained how he wants his character to return in a “frightening” way.

The script for the upcoming movie isn’t ready yet, so when Hamill was asked about his return, he said in an interview that it is “probably fair to say yes.” He, however, doesn’t know for sure yet, MovieWeb reports.

Hamill admitted that most of his ideas are so “terrible” that they are not always considered by filmmakers. Still, the actor teased what his character’s return should be like.

Luke is expected to come back as a Force Ghost, something that is not new to the franchise. Hamill said he wants this to be done a little differently than before. As an example, the actor pointed out that ghosts are supposed to be frightening. Hamill stopped himself from giving out more details or risk spoiling the chance of having his idea used in the film.

Hamill’s return could be as a Force Ghost or in “some other form.” No matter how the Jedi Master appears, though, Hamill is pleased with the way the new films bring something fresh.

The actor is reportedly satisfied with what he has been able to accomplish with his character. He has an amazing re-entry in the new trilogy only to appear in the last 30 seconds. He also has an ending that is much-talked about as well.