Star Wars 7 Alien Video

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If you’re a fan of Labyrinth, you’ll be happy to see the cousin of the old goblin junk lady strolling into the background as J.J. Abrams explains how fans can be included in the filming of Star Wars: Episode VII.

The production is teaming with Omaze in order to raise money for UNICEF. This is the same charity portal that’s scored big by offering BBQ-eating sessions with Kevin Spacey on the set of House of Cards, and now they’re attempting to raise cash for kids by sending you to Tatooine.

There are also other rewards you can get simply for donating — limited edition lightsaber hilts, signed scripts, a bust of Chewbacca — but the big prize is shooting a scene on set in London and palling around with Darth Abrams.

And hopefully goblin junk lady’s cousin. He seems cool.

Watch the announcement video for yourself:

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