Company paying $1000 for somebody to binge-watch all the 'Star Wars' movies
Thanks to the release of Disney+'s The Mandalorian, we are well and truly experiencing a revival of Star Wars fever, which, let's face it, is largely thanks to "the kid", aka Baby Yoda, who has become a late contender for some of 2019's best memes.
And that's not to mention the impending release in the current trilogy, The Rise Of Skywalker which is hitting theatres on December 20.
If you haven't seen it yet, this is the final trailer for The Rise Of Skywalker:
Now, CableTV.com is looking to pay someone a very handsome $1,000 to watch all 10 Star Wars movies.
Yes, you read that right. Some lucky individual is going to get paid to binge-watch Star Wars, and if they want to go all out, the can also include The Mandalorian or Rebels, et al (although that's not a part of the job description).
The official Mandalorian trailer is also well worth a watch:
To put the level of commitment required into context, a full binge of the 10 Star Wars movies will take 22 hours and 25 minutes. The job description reads:
"We're looking for an entertaining Star Wars junkie with a Chewbacca-sized personality, the wit of Han Solo, and the smarts of Master Yoda . . . well okay, maybe not that smart.
"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."
"You don't need a degree or any lightsaber licenses," the description continued. "And don't worry, we won't test your midi-chlorians, either.
"All we ask is that you are 18 years or older and a US citizen. You might be too old to start training as a Jedi, but at least you can get paid a thousand bucks to watch Star Wars."
If this sounds like your dream job, simply apply using the following application form before December 11 at 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.