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Star Wars HoloNet Digest #62: June 25 – July 9, 2014


Suvudu Star Wars contributor Eric Geller brings you a roundup of Star Wars news from June 25 – July 9, 2014.

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Kevin Smith is VERY Excited about J.J. Abrams Directing ‘Star Wars’


MV5BMTMzMTA2NjkzMl5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwNzI1NjM1Mg@@._V1._SY314_CR2,0,214,314_Uber Star Wars fan Kevin Smith uploaded a video in which he heaps praise upon J.J. Abrams and his association with the Star Wars saga. Know what? I’m pretty excited too. This is great news, as far as I’m concerned. Abrams has an incredible body of work that has already demonstrated his ability to handle science fiction material with style and plenty of substance. I can’t wait.

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Kevin Smith: More Boba Fett, Please


Kevin Smith: More Boba Fett, Please

It’s not news to anyone that Kevin Smith, director of Clerks, Red State, Chasing Amy, Mall Rats and several other films, is a huge Star Wars fan. Almost all of his films are peppered with references to the saga, and anyone who listens to his podcasts has a better than even chance of hearing him [...]

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San Diego Comic Con 2011: Talking Tennis Shoes with Jason Mewes


Smooch to the booch
I recently managed to touch base with the one and only Jason Mewes, best known for his work in buddy Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse films (to name a few: Clerks, Clerks 2, Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back), in which he and Smith play stoner duo Jay and Silent Bob.

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SF & Fantasy

Top 10 TV Shows, Movies and Books About Fans


I caught on the Sundance Channel the other night about twenty minutes of Faintheart, a 2008 film about a couple of British guys who spend all their free time taking part in historical battle reenactments. This from a review I found on the Film4 site: “Vito Rocco’s Faintheart acknowledges what those of us who hang [...]

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Weekend Reading


That’s right – I’ve got a brand spankin’ new copy of Kevin Smith’s Batman: Cacophony graphic novel to take home with me this weekend. I am pretty darn excited. I’ve also got American Gods by Neil Gaiman on my nightstand, as well as The Lost Symbol. And Naamah’s Kiss waiting for me [...]

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