Fans Recreate "Star Wars" 15 Seconds At A Time

I'll admit it, I've already seen one movie called "Star Wars Uncut" but it bared little resemblance to the original classic. A third of the cast had heavy Russian accents and I'm not even going to try to explain what they used as light sabers. No this is something different, and won't require a black plastic bag to carry it out of the store.

This "Star Wars Uncut" allows fans of the film to submit recreations of their favorite scenes. If their remake makes the cut they'll be a part of the final film which will be stitched together entirely from 15 second fan submitted clips. Sound familiar? You might remember that this same thing was done with the original "Night of the Living Dead" a while back.

While it isn't the first movie to have clip treatment applied it's probably the most popular so competition will be stiff. You can check out the official Star Wars: Uncut site for more info on how to submit your own clip. Do it up nerds!

Star Wars: Uncut Trailer from Casey Pugh on Vimeo.

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