Work on the upcoming MCU spectacle "Guardians of the Galaxy 3" is in full swing, yet James Gunn didn't miss the chance to hint at a small special for fans on Twitter. So far, only the title "The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special" is known, and the 50-year-old director has not yet commented on the plot. Based on the emojis and theme, it is of course clear that it must be a Christmas special, which is set to release next year. The news didn't just trigger jumps of joy, however, as "Star Wars" legend Mark Hamill commented on Twitter with a wink that he had a bad feeling about the special. Die-hard "Star Wars" fans are of course aware of what he means, as the 69-year-old Hamill starred in the now notorious "Star Wars: Holiday Special" from 1978. Notorious for being so bad that it was cancelled after a short time and internally scrapped. George Lucas also deemed the production atrocious and is probably glad that the "Holiday Special" is hard to find these days and is even considered a collectible among fans.
Regardless, we're looking forward to James Gunn's hopefully totally awesome "Guardians of the Galaxy" Christmas special.