According to Saturday Night Live star Kenan Thompson, the Disney+ reboot of the 1990 film Home Alone is close to being done.

The upcoming reboot is set to be a reimagining of the classic and stars Ellie Kemper and Rob Delaney as adults who go to war with a kid (Jojo Rabbit’s Archie Yates) who has stolen a priceless heirloom in order to save their home from financial ruin.

The movie is written by Saturday Night Live writers Mikey Day and Streeter Seidell, and directed by Dan Mazer. Thompson is also in the film.

During a recent appearance on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live, Thompson revealed that the COVID-19 pandemic caused delays.

“It was a long shoot,” Thompson said. “It started in Canada and then got shut down and came back around because of the pandemic and stuff, so it’s been very splotchy, I guess, as far as trying to get it done is concerned. But I think they’re getting very close to finishing it.”

But not everyone is excited about the reboot, including the original film’s director, Chris Columbus. In an interview with Insider regarding the reboot of the classic, Columbus made it clear he’s not a fan.

“Nobody got in touch with me about it, and it’s a waste of time as far as I’m concerned,” he told Insider.“What’s the point? I’m a firm believer that you don’t remake films that have had the longevity of Home Alone. You’re not going to create lightning in a bottle again. It’s just not going to happen. So why do it? It’s like doing a paint-by-numbers version of a Disney animated film — a live-action version of that. What’s the point? It’s been done. Do your own thing. Even if you fail miserably, at least you have come up with something original.”

The original film was a blockbuster success, making over $470 million worldwide. A sequel, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, was released in 1992 and earned $359 million worldwide.