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Web Catch: Jedi with a GoPro wields the Force in Star Wars fan video

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Have you ever wanted to be a Jedi?

If you're a Star Wars fan – how could you not? Well, one super fan has done his best to recreate the experience for wannabe Jedis everywhere using a GoPro camera.

Bill Parker uses the camera to take the Jedi through a desert battling Imperial Stormtroopers with lightsabers, using the Force to destroy a TIE fighter, and facing off with an AT-AT that is destroyed by the Millennium Falcon and a group of Starfighters.

Take a look at the video above – it's sure to whet your appetite for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," which is released in December.

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