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We sure hope the folks at World of Wonder transcribe and post the presentation of Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey (WOW's principals) when they discuss Paul Verhoeven's STARSHIP TROOPERS on Thursday, April 21 at the Skirball Cultural Center. Wouldn't it be great if they then added a video copy of the presentation to the inevitable "Starship Troopers Special Edition"? That would another DVD release of the same film special indeed.The fun starts at 7:30 p.m. but be sure to arrive early for a seat (you know how these LA screenings are).
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It's been Carpe Van Dien Week around the LAist pad since Showtime has been so nice to rebroadcast "Starship Troopers" all weekend in anticipation of Monday's premiere of Casper Van Dien'smartial marital reality show "I Married a Princess" on Lifetime. The series showcases the looney times one must endure when one's spouse is Catherine Oxenberg.

We hope to get a recap up later this week.