Trending today: Be in the next 'Star Wars' film; Teen stuns classmates with Michael Jackson moves

J.J. Abrams, the director of "Star Wars: Episode VII," is giving you the chance to play a role in the next film (Photo: YouTube/Star Wars).
J.J. Abrams, the director of "Star Wars: Episode VII," is giving you the chance to play a role in the next film (Photo: YouTube/Star Wars).

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eBay's massive security breach: How to reset your password

eBay is telling its 145 million active users to change their passwords after a security breach.

The company said hackers used an internal eBay corporate account to spy on usernames, email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth. eBay picked up the breach two weeks ago, after discovering some employee credentials were stolen.

The company said Wednesday that there is no evidence that any financial or credit card information was stolen and no sign that the breach has resulted in unauthorized activity.

However, it's advised that you change your password immediately in the "My eBay" section under account settings.

Here are further instructions on how to do that:

J.J. Abrams: You could have a role in 'Star Wars: Episode VII'

Have you always dreamed of making a cameo in a Star Wars film -- or even seeing the set in person?

J.J. Abrams, the director of "Star Wars: Episode VII," is featured in a new YouTube video on a closed set in Abu Dhabi, in which he says you could actually play a role in the new movie.

"We're so grateful to all the Star Wars fans out there for their support and their patience that we would like to invite you to be a part of the fun here. We want to put you in the movie. In Star Wars," he explains.

Abrams, Disney and Lucasfilm are all behind the role opening up to fans, which is part of Star Wars: Force for Change in support of UNICEF.

One winner and a guest will shoot a scene for the movie in full makeup and costume. They'll be Abrams' VIP guest at Pinewood Studios in London and get the chance to meet the cast.

To be eligible for the role, participants must be 18 or older and must donate at least $10 by July 18 at fundraising site Omaze.

Mobile users watch here:

Teen channels MJ in school talent show and CRUSHES it

A California student brought his high school talent show to a new level when he whipped out one seriously impressive "Billie Jean" performance.

A video of this high school's talent show was posted on Reddit. While all the participants give a solid effort, the Internet noticed one boy in particular.

This kid decided to channel Michael Jackson's classic moves and "absolutely crushes it."

Posted Wednesday, the YouTube video currently has 2 million+ views.

And yes, he won.

On your phone? Check out his moves here:

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