Star Wars Stands Up to Cancer

Now anyone can use The Force for good. No Jedi training necessary!

Stand Up to Cancer is joining forces with Star Wars to help raise awareness and fundage to fight the good fight and take down cancer. To join the cause, you can purchase these new exclusive SU2C Star Wars T-shirts featuring Luke and Leia (Men’s), Yoda (Women’s) and a Stormtrooper (Youth). For just $24.99 each, you’ll be helping support a wonderful cause, as well as getting your hands on a limited-edition collectors item. (Sure, they’re no Back to the Future Nike sneakers, but they’re still pretty cool!)


     

You can also bid on a number of Star Wars-related products in an exclusive eBay auction with 10% of the proceeds benefitting Stand Up to Cancer. The Star Wars auction runs September 16-23 and features items like a one-of-a-kind Star Wars edition 2012 Volkswagen Passat, along with over 100 collectibles (toys, action figures, books, busts, statues, replicas, etc.).

Stand Up To Cancer is a new initiative created to accelerate groundbreaking cancer research that will get new cancer therapies to patients quickly and save lives. SU2C’s goal is to bring together the best and the brightest in the cancer community, encouraging collaboration instead of competition. By galvanizing the entertainment industry, SU2C creates awareness and builds broad public support for this effort. To learn more or help support SU2C, please visit the Stand Up to Cancer website.

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Star Wars Stands Up to Cancer

  1. Those t-shirts are awesome, Andrew!!

    I can’t wait to see what shows up in those auctions, even though I’m sure it’ll all be pretty pricey. But at least it’s for a great cause. So many people I know have been affected by cancer, unfortunately. Hopefully they’ll be able to raise some serious dough.

  2. Wow. The auction starts tomorrow, but one of the crazy, exclusive items will be:

    Auction features a dinner with Bay Area Filmmakers including George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola, John Lasseter, Chris Columbus and Phillip Kaufman.

  3. I’d almost pay $5K to have dinner with Lucas and ask him if he’s been smoking crack rock. Seriously, those edits. STOP EFFING WITH YOUR MOVIES! Release a "director’s cut" or somesuch, but leave the originals alone.

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