Slice of SciFi #274: Interview with Mark Edlitz (Director, “Jedi Junkies”)

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  • Movies for families are doing well this summer.
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TV Talk:  We’ll talk about the new season of “Eureka”

Interview: This week, we talk to Mark Edlitz, the director of the documentary “Jedi Junkies”. Find out more about this project about extreme “Star Wars” fans.

In the Future:

  • Ed Norton won’t be the Hulk in “The Avengers”
  • A third “Robot Chicken: Star Wars” segment is coming.

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  1. tensaibaka says

    For those who never saw it, here’s a video of the guys who built the life-size millenium falcon:

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