"Currently sunny London" is standing in for a galaxy far, far away in the latest video from the set of Star Wars: Episode VII.
In the clip, director J.J. Abrams teases a charity contest that offers fans the chance to win a visit to the set, a walk-on role in the movie, and/or a private advanced screening of the film — all to benefit the Star Wars: Force for Change fundraiser in support of UNICEF Innovation Labs and Programs for children in need.
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The film only began shooting five days ago in Abu Dhabi, but the typically secretive director allowed this sneak peek at the set in the name of charity. In the video, Abrams announces the Star Wars Force for Change campaign to benefit UNICEF's Innovation Labs. By contributing to the charity here, fans will be entered for a chance to win a trip to the set in London and a cameo in the film.