Star Wars: The Last Jedi star Mark Hamill is wishing fans of all ages a happy holiday — and milking a gag poking good-natured fun at one of The Last Jedi's more bizarre scenes.
A Friendly Christmas Eve Reminder to KIDS OF ALL AGES: TONIGHT before you go to bed- Don't be NAUGHTY- Be NICE! Don't forget to leave Santa a generous helping of #ThalaSirenMilkAndWookieeCookies!#SantasSustenanceGuaranteesOverstuffedStockings 😜🎅🎄🧝♂️ pic.twitter.com/cUwPJ6IhqC— @HamillHimself (@HamillHimself) December 24, 2017
"A friendly Christmas Eve reminder to KIDS OF ALL AGES: TONIGHT before you go to bed — Don't be NAUGHTY — Be NICE," Hamill wrote on Twitter. "Don't forget to leave Santa a generous helping of #ThalaSirenMilkAndWookieCookies."
Hamill added an extra hashtag, tipping "Santa's sustenance guarantees overstuffed stockings."
The Luke Skywalker actor included a faux Kenner toy box, showing an action figure of the grizzled former Jedi Master milking a Thala-Siren — the Jurassic Park-like marine creatures indigenous to the island planet of Ahch-To, the "most unfindable place in the galaxy," where Luke hid himself away for years in self-imposed exile.
Thala-sirens first appeared in The Last Jedi when Luke ventured cliffside to coax nourishing greenish milk out of one's unnecessarily large and protruding teats.
Hamill also included a picture of appetizing "Wookie cookies" and a "got blue milk?" ad featuring a younger Luke Skywalker.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now playing.