J.J. Abrams Casting Fan for Star Wars: Episode VII Cameo

May 22, 2014

Category: Entertainment

Don’t like the recent casting choices for Star Wars: Episode VII? Yeah, you and Billy Dee Williams both. But while Billy Dee can only twirl his magnificent mustache and plot his revenge, you on the other hand, still have a shot at getting in the movie. Yes, you. In the next Star Wars. Here’s how:

In a classy example of using The Force for good, director J.J. Abrams and Omaze are giving away an amazing package that includes flight and hotel to London for two, hanging with Abrams on set as his VIP guest, and – yes – an on-camera scene in the next film, currently expected in theaters Dec. 18, 2015. You gotta be in it to win it, and to be in it, you just have to make a donation to UNICEF, an organization that helps kids in need all over the world. $10 gets you one entry, and the denomination levels go all the way up to $50,000, which gets you 5,000 entries and an advance private screening of the film in your hometown. [Details]

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