Posted by Jay on February 10, 2012 at 10:14 AM CST
If your fandom is getting re-kindled this weekend due to the release of The Phantom Menace in 3D, consider funding a new book about the US Locations used to film Star Wars, and get free autographed copies, plus other goodies for your troubles!

This looks to be a great project, that brings readers detailed information about all the US locations that the Star Wars films were made (plus some other surprises!). You can get all the details, and see the various giving levels (from $1 to $1000) at the link below. Adam and his co-authors are just over 50% of the way there.

Just remember, this book can't happen unless they get funded!

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/894661479/the-star-wars-filming-locations-of-the-us-our-book

So what say, you pass on the extra large bucket of popcorn this weekend at the 3D premiere, and use that money instead to help fund this unique book of filming locations. There's less than 2 weeks left to donate!
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