Omaze, an online charity company, recently called up some hardcore "Star Wars" fans to announce a new charitable contest with a twist (video below).
After connecting with the fans on Skype, two Omaze reps had actor Harrison Ford pop in and make a guest appearance, causing some major freakouts, notes USA TODAY.
If people donate at least $10 more more to the Force For Change campaign, they are entered in the contest, which will award two grand-prize winners with four tickets each and travel to the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" premieres in London or Los Angeles.
One person who is not part of the new "Star Wars" film is the franchise creator George Lucas, who explained why he has dropped out to Vanity Fair.
“You go to make a movie and all you do is get criticized, and people try to make decisions about what you’re going to do before you do it," the famous director said. "You know, it’s not much fun. And you can’t experiment.”