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RevolutionSF Newsblast : Star Trek, Bubba Nosferatu
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© Joe Crowe
November 04, 2008

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Star Trek Canon: A Voyage Into Slapassery

Sci Fi Wire shows off an excellent batch of Star Trek clips that break continuity. Technically speaking, this should chastise the crowd who are worrying themselves sick over how the new movie will fudge semi-established little-known details. Really, this should just piss them off. And no one wants a pissed-off Trekker. They may spit.

Bubba Ho-Tep Sequel Sans Campbell

Pual Giamatti, who once survived co-starring with Howard Stern, will be in Bubba Nosferatu, the sequel to the excellent Bubba Ho-Tep. He says Mr. Bruce Campbell will not reprise Elvis in the movie, but Ron Perlman will. So they're replacing geek-magnet with geek-magnet. This movie could make a hundred dollars!.

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