Ever since production of Star Wars: Episode IX began, fans have been anxious for any type of clue or spoiler about what can be expected from the final installment of the Skywalker saga.

One Star Wars actor in particular is constantly under the watchful eye of fans who are hopeful one of his cryptic tweets is a teaser about the film. However, that actor, Mark Hamill, is telling fans kindly ​not to expect any leaks from him, because his lips are sealed.

Hamill, who plays Luke Skywalker, tweeted yesterday, "I mention keeping my Star Wars opinions to myself & what happens? It triggers an avalanche of questions about the next one! All can is yes, I'm in it. Other than that, just consider it: EPISODE NEIN COMMENT."

Though we appreciate Hamill's clever wordplay and re-confirmation he'll be in the next movie, he can't blame us for turning to him for the inside scoop, especially considering he's notorious for teasing fans with cryptic tweets.

Just last month, Hamill tweeted "THE (to be continued...)," leading fans to speculate whether or not that's the first word of the official title of Star Wars: Episode IX.

Earlier this year, Hamill shared his thoughts on Episode IX and the end of the Skywalker saga to GamesRadar, saying:

“I haven’t really thought about Episode IX because there’s such a sense of closure, Luke’s story is told...you have to start disconnecting from it emotionally. The main thing that shocked me in The Force Awakens was – Han Solo is killed! I’ll never get to work with Harrison again. Luke will never see Han again...that was the first break, we lost a member of the band....And then what happened with Luke in The Last Jedi, I said ‘Okay, that’s the next link'...And then to lose Carrie in real life, I said ‘That’s it’. They say you can never go home again, and that for me was the real indication that it's time to move on."


It seems like we won't be getting spoilers from our go-to Jedi anytime soon, and we'll have to wait patiently until Star Wars: Episode IX hits theaters in Dec.of  2019 to find everything out.