A fan-led campaign to remake last year's "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" has been met with some understandable skepticism on social media, though original director Rian Johnson has offered his support for the proposal.

Of course, we're assuming that that support is tongue in cheek, as are many of the suggestions offered by fellow Twitter users in response to the campaign, spearheaded by a group calling themselves Remake The Last Jedi. According to this mysterious collection of fans, they already have a team of producers prepared to pony up $200 million for the film, which they say will "save Star Wars" and "make a version of TLJ that is as close to universally accepted as possible."

Naturally, this announcement was met with a collective raised eyebrow, with even Seth Rogen wading in to find out how such a movie would be possible to make, since it would require Disney to sign off on the usage of its copyrighted material. While the folks at Remake The Last Jedi work out those details, though, Twitter is already offering a bunch of ideas for the new and improved movie. ("The Last LAST Jedi"? "The Last Jedi, But For Real This Time"? We'll work on fine-tuning the title.)

Sure, "The Last Jedi" wasn't a perfect movie, and as with any beloved franchise, there are bound to be disagreements over bold choices that affect its future. But Disney already has bigger problems to tackle; it seems safe to say that remaking a six-month-old movie -- and changing the course of the in-progress "Episode IX" in the process -- is not on the studio's to-do list.

If that changes, we'll be the first to let you know, though. Some of these suggestions would be pretty awesome to see on the big screen.