The writer/director and renowned fan of the cult franchise has offered his suggestions for Disney's first Star Wars outing.
"If Disney wants to make another cool billion dollars like it did with The Avengers last summer, all it needs to do is make a Boba Fett time travel flick," he wrote in an article for The Hollywood Reporter.
"It would centre on a character everyone digs and allow for a greatest hits of Star Wars while playing with an already-established timeline, a la Back to the Future.
"You could use every living (and dead) actor from the previous Star Wars films, no matter what their age - which means Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford can come and play as well.
"It'd be a dream come true for any Star Wars fan - particularly those of us who opted out of the boring-ass real world every summer for galaxies far, far away."
Fisher and Ford have both said that they would be interested in returning for the follow-up to Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.
"Wouldn't you?" said the actress, who portrayed Princess Leia in the original trilogy.
Speculation is currently rife over who will direct Star Wars Episode 7, which is scheduled for 2015.