What if I told you there was a Star Wars remake in the works? And that 472 people were directing it? Confused? In an effort to do something unexpected and pretty cool, tech-geek Casey Pugh has assembled a project that will allow hundreds of fans to take part in a giant fan-made Star Wars remake, DIY style. Pugh has broken up Star Wars: A New Hope into 15-second clips, and asked folks to claim up to three clips per person. Once fans have selected their clips, it's off to the races -- with each person (or group) responsible for re-creating their 15-second clip in any way they see fit. Once all the clips are done and sent to Pugh, he'll piece them together into one final (and probably hilarious) finished film.

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