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"The IMDb Show": How to Wield a Lightsaber

"The IMDb Show" meets with legendary sword choreographer Tim Weske to learn how to use the coolest weapon in the galaxy: the lightsaber.

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Doctor Strange
Doctor Strange Editorial Department
(2016)
Ride Along
Ride Along Editorial Department
(2014)
The Magnificent Seven
The Magnificent Seven Editorial Department
(2016)
Hollywood Homicide
Hollywood Homicide Editorial Department
(2003)

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 2016 Doctor Strange (first assistant editor)
 2016 The Magnificent Seven (second assistant editor)
 2015 Get Hard (first assistant editor)
 2014 Ride Along (first assistant editor)
 2013 Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (assistant editor)
 2012 The Campaign (first assistant editor)
 2011 The Smurfs (first assistant editor)
 2010 Step Up 3D (additional editor)
 2008 Beverly Hills Chihuahua (first assistant editor)
 2007 The Starter Wife (TV Mini-Series) (assistant editor - 1 episode)
- Hour 1 (2007) ... (assistant editor)
 2006 Charlotte's Web (second assistant editor: avid)
 2005 A Lot Like Love (assistant editor)
 2004 13 Going on 30 (apprentice editor)
 2003 Hollywood Homicide (editorial production assistant)
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 2003 Anger Management (production assistant)
 2002 The Master of Disguise (production assistant)
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 2012/II Blood Moon (Short) (special thanks)

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'Star Wars' Creatures We Love

"The IMDb Show" breaks down the origins of some iconic Star Wars creatures. Plus, legendary sword choreographer Tim Weske explains the basics of lightsaber combat.

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