DREAM JOB: You can get paid $1,000 to watch every Star Wars film

Are you the chosen one?

CableTV.com is looking to pay one destined winner $1,000 to watch every Star Wars movie back-to-back before the release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker on December 20th.

Yes, this could be your excuse to watch 22 hours and 25 minutes worth of ancient, far away galactic glory.

The Requirements

The good news: you won’t need the smarts of Master Yoda or any training as a youngling.

The folks at CableTV are looking for “an entertaining Star Wars junkie with a Chewbacca-sized personality, the wit of Han Solo.”

The chosen one must be an active Twitter user who is willing to share their Jedi wisdom and movie-watching experience while tagging the @CableTV team on Twitter. It helps if you’re also active on Twitch, Reddit, or other social media.

Your main objective is to generate excitement over the release of the next big film.

To enter you must also be 18 years or older and a US citizen.

Star Wars films you’ll watch:

  • The Phantom Menace
  • Attack of the Clones
  • Revenge of the Sith
  • Solo
  • Rogue One
  • A New Hope
  • The Empire Strikes Back
  • Return of the Jedi
  • The Force Awakens
  • The Last Jedi

You can watch them in chronological order, release order or however you so choose.

All of the work can be done from your couch and must be completed before Dec. 20.

How to get the gig

To enter, you need to fill out the form on the CableTV application page with 200 words or less about why you’re the best choice to watch this space saga.

Point out parts of your personality that make you stand out from the crowd. Can you telepathically lift an X-Wing from a swamp? Or do you have Palpatine’s persuasive powers? Let us know what makes you the chosen one.

Video submission is not required, however, if you think you can create a video that captures your geeky expertise then you are encouraged to do so.

Applications are due by Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. est.

CLICK HERE to apply and learn more about the dream job.

May the force be with you.