Fans of a galaxy far, far away may be able to collect some top-tier memorabilia this weekend, as there will be a three-day auction of the late Carrie Fisher's personal property.
In fact, fans could win Fisher's hand-annotated script from "Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back," according to Fox Business.
The 158-page script is valued at around $30,000 to $50,000, and contains over 1,000 words in Fisher's handwriting - presumably as the actress worked her way through the script. It has key analysis from Fisher in various scenes.
Profiles in History, a California-based auctioneer service, will be presiding over the event.