Disney+ took to Twitter Thursday to announce the remake of the popular Christmas movie "Home Alone."

The streaming giant noted that the new movie will be titled "Home Sweet Home Alone" and fans can watch it on the platform starting Nov. 12.

"Three months until we're #HomeSweetHomeAlone," Disney+ tweeted. "The all-new Original Movie starts streaming November 12 on #DisneyPlus and stars Ellie Kemper, Rob Delaney, Archie Yates, Aisling Bea, Kenan Thompson, Tim Simons, Pete Holmes, Devin Ratray, Ally Maki, and Chris Parnell."

The announcement was accompanied by photos of some of the cast members holding words that make up the movie's title, as well as those who hold signs indicating the flick's release date and where fans can catch it.

Netizens took to the comments section to share their reactions to the announcement.

One of the users wrote, "No no no no no, we did not need a home alone reboot. The films have been god-awful since HA2. This will be no different. Jeeeeesus stop."

Another user commented, "I remember when Martin Scorsese got dorks all upset over his comments about theme park movies, Bob Iger was crying about how they use profits from those to make 'serious' films. I guess this is one of those that he was talking about."

One of the franchise's fans shared all the previously released installments' posters and wrote, "This is your reminder that this would be the 6th movie in the franchise."

The action-comedy is helmed by Dan Mazer, while its screenplay is penned by Mikey Day and Streeter Seidell, who also worked on "Saturday Night Live." The reboot will be based on the original "Home Alone" movie, which starred Macaulay Culkin.

The first "Home Alone" movie, which was created by John Hughes under the Walt Disney Company, was originally released in 1990. The massive success of the flick led to a sequel, "Home Alone 2: Lost In New York," which came out in 1992.

In 1997, the creators did not make a sequel but recreated the movie with a set of new cast members instead. The original version's main character then returned in the fourth installment, "Home Alone 4: Taking Back the House," which hit the theaters in 2002.

ABC Family released the franchise's fifth installment, "Home Alone: The Holiday Heist," in 2012 but it wasn't well-received.

"Home Sweet Home Alone" will be Disney's first movie since its merger with Fox.

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"Home Alone" will air several times on Freeform's 25 Days of Christmas. 20th Century Fox