Here’s your big chance to appear in the Han Solo movie

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The Millennium Falcon cockpit: apartment for one more .

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Han. Chewie. Lando. And you?

A Star Wars benevolence rivalry, unveiled with great fanfare on Good Morning America on Tuesday, offers fans among other medals the chance to appear in the untitled Han Solo movie, currently filming in Pinewood Studios just outside London.

Star Wars: Pressure For Change , Lucasfilm’s collaboration with UNICEF, is ranging various iterations of the rivalry in the course of the coming four weeks.

Prizes also include tickets to the world premiere of The Last Jedi in Los Angeles this December and its exclusive VIP after-party, and a screening of the original Star Wars at George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch in Northern California.

Fans can recruit here between now and May 11.

The contest is all part of the celebration all over the 40 th birthday of the original movie, which explosion onto screens in the various regions of the U.S. on May 25, 1977.( The Han Solo movie is set to arrive on May 25, 2018.)

“In a year that we celebrate 40 years of the Star Wars romance, I continue to be inspired by the incredible charity and philanthropic efforts of our fans, ” Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy said in a statement. “We hope this years Force For Change campaign will volunteer a few of those awesome fans an experience they will never forget.”

To date, Force For Change has raised$ 9 million; UNICEF answers the nutrition programs it has money have saved the lives of more than 30,000 offsprings. This time the programmes made a$ 1 million donation to kids’ hospices in the U.S. via the Starlight Children’s Foundation.

The first Force For Change campaign, in May 2014, offered fans a role in what later became known as The Force Awakens .

You may recall the unveiling video, in which J.J. Abrams offered the world its first peek at the established of countries around the world we were able to later know as Jakku.

The winner of that rivalry? One D.C. Barns from Denver, who became immortalized as “bar patron” in Maz Kanata’s cantina.

He likewise got to walk into the Millennium Falcon and as you can see from this video substantiating his trip to the established, his first instinct was to walk right out again. Too many feels.

Best of fluke to all fans hoping to follow in Barns’ footsteps and recruit the Falcon cockpit. Just remember that Lucasfilm cameras will be there to document every moment, whether you dance around with mirth or become a red-hot blubbering mess.

To excerpt what Han said to Chewie in The Force Awakens : You’re home.

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