Mark Hamill, who rose to fame in his role as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars saga, will finally be getting his Hollywood Walk of Fame star.
The 66-year-old actor will receive the honour on 8 March and will be joined at the ceremony by his Star Wars co-star Harrison Ford and the sci-fi saga’s creator George Lucas.
Ford played the fan favourite role of smuggler Han Solo and already received his Walk of Fame star back in 2003.
Producer of the Walk of Fame ceremonies Ana Martinez said: "Star Wars fans will be over the moon at hearing their idol Mark Hamill is going to be honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. We are proud to add this extraordinary actor on our historic Walk of Fame."
In addition to his legendary role as Jedi master, Hamill also starred in a number of other film and TV roles and lent his voice to The Joker in Batman: The Animated Series, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Regular Show, multiple Studio Ghibli films, and Dragons: Riders of Berk.
Unfortunately, the late Carrie Fisher, who played the role of the iconic Princess Leia in the original trilogy, will only be eligible to receive her posthumous star after being gone for at least five years.
All three of the original cast members have reprised their roles in the latest trilogy with Han being killed off in the 2015 The Force Awakens and then Luke dying in last year's The Last Jedi.
Fisher tragically passed away in 2016 before the filming of the ninth movie could begin.
JJ Abrams is set to direct the ninth movie.