Posted by Mike on March 20, 2012 at 06:24 AM CST
Starwars.com has announced that Official Pix will be returning to Star Wars Celebration with a whole new round of celebrity autograph possibilities when the sixth installment hits Orlando in August. Celebrity guests have yet to be announced but you can rest assured that we will keep you posted when the news breaks. Here's a little bit from the announcement...

'"Autograph fans attending Celebration VI in August can look forward to meeting their favorite cast and crew stars," says Ben Stevens, co-owner of Official Pix. "We are once again honored to be chosen to produce the autograph program for Lucasfilm, and for Reed Exhibitions."

Stevens and Philip Wise, partners in the company, plan to bring guests whose combined careers span all six episodes of the saga, with special attention to guests who are favorites with fans, and also to guests whose autographs are rare and hard to come by."



And in more CVI news, Speed Dating will also be making it's triumphant return to the Orange County Convention Center. If you're single and would prefer a mate who can adequately contribute to a myriad of Star Wars-related conversations, then this should come as good news.

Click here for the full announcement that includes both pieces of CVI news.

Star Wars Celebration VI lands at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida from August 23-26, 2012.
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