You've never seen 'Star Wars' like this

Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford starred in the first "Star Wars" trilogy, and will reunite for "Episode VII."
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Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford starred in the first "Star Wars" trilogy, and will reunite for "Episode VII."

In 2009, interactive web designer Casey Pugh came up with an idea to re-create the first "Star Wars" movie using only submissions from people who love the films.

Each 15-second segment of the movie is acted out or illustrated by a fan.

And the force was strong with these fans.

"Star Wars Uncut has been featured in documentaries, news features, and conferences around the world for its unique appeal - we thank everyone for making it such a special project. StarWarsUncut.com won a 2010 Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Creative Achievement In Interactive Media - Fiction." Pugh says on his web page.

In honor of the second trailer for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," which came out Thursday, here is the fan-created Episode I.

With the success of his interactive project, Pugh decided to expand the uncut universe in 2012. The result is Empire Uncut. The segments switch seamlessly from live-action to illustration and back, following "The Empire Strikes Back" word for word.

Will there be a Return of the Jedi Uncut? Pugh says on this website that he isn't sure, but will keep subscribers to the site informed.