Liam Neeson has revealed that he is willing to reprise his Jedi Master Qui-Gon Jinn role in the "Star Wars" franchise — but only if it's for a movie and not a TV series.

"Oh, I think so, yeah, yeah, yeah, I think so ... if it was a film," the 69-year-old actor told Comicbook in an interview published Monday. "Yeah, I'm a bit of a snob when it comes to TV, I must admit, I just like the big screen, you know?"

He further shared that it has been over two decades since he first played Qui-Gon Jinn in "Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace," which came out in 1999.

"Qui-Gon, I can't believe it's 24 years since we made (Star Wars:) The Phantom Menace," he recalled. "I just cannot believe where the time has gone. It was a terrific experience, shooting that film in London."

Neeson's co-star, Ewan McGregor, who played Obi-Wan Kenobi in the 1999 film, is all set to reprise his character in an upcoming TV series, "Star Wars: Obi-Wan Kenobi," which will be streaming on Disney+ starting May 27.

"Star Wars" is not the only franchise that has turned to the platform. In fact, Marvel has also been releasing shows on Disney+. Despite this, however, the actor remains firm that he's not fond of this practice because he still prefers dropping feature movies.

In February 2020, the actor talked about sci-fi and superheroes, which have been trending in recent years. Apparently, Neeson is not really into the genre, and the idea of preparing for a superhero role does not appeal to him.

"I'll be honest with you, no. It's not. I'm really not a huge fan of the genre," he told Entertainment Tonight at the time. "I think it's Hollywood with all the bells and whistles and the technical achievements and stuff — which I admire — but I have no desire to go into the gym for three hours every day to pump myself up to squeeze into a Velcro suit with a cape."

Neeson will be next seen in the movies "Memory," "Retribution," "Marlowe," "In the Land of Saints and Sinners" and "Charlie Johnson in the Flames."

Actor Liam Neeson arrives at the Broadway opening of "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark" in New York June 14, 2011.
Actor Liam Neeson arrives at the Broadway opening of "Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark" in New York June 14, 2011. Reuters